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Moving to Arizona? Top 10 Best Places To Live In Arizona For 2018.
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Moving your family to a new state is a challenge on its own. Moving them for all the right reasons is another.
If you’re looking for cultural diversity, a strong economy and adventure for your clan, Arizona is the obvious choice.
Known for its warm climate and beautiful desert landscape, Arizona has long been considered a great place for vacation.
But it’s also a great place to live because of median income, safety, graduation rates, weather, and cultural offerings.
Many people are choosing to move to Arizona. Some of them are moving there to retire because of the great weather.
Others are moving to Arizona because of the booming economy.
Still others come here for a great college atmosphere while others come for outstanding outdoor amenities.
Regardless of why you are moving to the state, choosing the right city can be rough.
These cities are some of the best places in Arizona to live, raise a family, and enjoy your days.
Whether you’re looking to move or already live here, these are the ten best places in Arizona to call home.
6. Paradise Valley.
7. Oro Valley.
10. Litchfield Park.
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Boarder Nogales Arizona USA from Nogales Mexico
Here I am in Nogales Arizona Grand Canyon State.
Driving from Nogales Sonora Mexico.
Like any International boarder this boarder is highly protected and guarded.
Mexico Border at Nogales, AZ & Boarder Patrol near Rio Rico
We found out that most of the Monument was a 67 mile trip on a dirt road, and would take us 2 hours to get to Nogales, AZ. It was every bit of 2 plus hours winding through the mountains overlooking Mexico, and was a fun filled trip. This trip didn't help make us feel any safer for our secured boarders, in fact it was worse. Such a waste of manpower, such a waste of men/women wasting time away. Several times we past boarder patrol personnel doing absolutely nothing. One person appeared to be parked off the road sleeping, another looked like he had a rendezvous with a woman on a four wheeler. She seemed very upset that we were in the vicinity, and he never looked at us while we passed them. Coming from our adventure at Nogales, we decided to take a trip to the boarder, and just like we thought, where the masses gather, the fences were more secured. Funny thing is we all said Obama, Tear Down That Wall. What we need to do, is make it less appealing for those that cross illegally. No employment, No Medical, and No Housing or Federal Assistance! Just when we thought we were mad enough about the boarder, we got stopped before coming to Rio Rico less that 20 miles from the boarder. I took many photos of the vehicles, personnel, and other equipment. Really!!!! If you want to contain rats coming off a ship, do it at the dock! Once past the dock, it is an impossible task! This happened to us at the other boarder road, and just how many roads cross our boarders?? Our Tax Dollars at WORK?????? Unbelievable! Our next stop was Tumacacori National Monument! This is another joke in our history, and we have a monument for it. The Spanish conquerors, killed, pilfered, and forced the natives to convert to Christianity. Isn't that a little like the Muslims, if you don't convert, you die? This trip was suppose to be an adventure to discover America, and I am learning more the hard way. History, we are to learn from our mistakes, so we don't repeat them. Who are we? What are we? Who cares what others believe? Why should others care what we believe? Why can't this world live in harmony? Why can't we learn to agree to disagree? Will it ever change? Maybe total inhalation of this planet is the only way it will ever change. This is probably why it makes total sense to TEAR DOWN OUR WALLS! What Good Are They??? or Build a wall that can't be breached, electrify it, and have only two locations to enter!! Arizona is a beautiful state, however, I will never visit it again. Reason, on I19 every sign is in KM, I don't need that hassle in my life. What were they thinking? I am all for change, but that is ridiculous! I am good with miles, leave it alone, and get a life! Enough, I am retired, why do I even CARE????
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CROSSING THE US BORDER FROM MEXICO | RVING MEXICO EP 50
Season 2. Episode 50. Driving through Mexico from La Penita, Mazatlan, Los Mochas, San Carlos and crossing the border at Nogales, AZ.
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This episode stats in a dusty Pemex in Los Mochas Mexico. The car shenanigans and conversation continue with more complaining of Marc's driving and bacon jokes. We meet up with new friend from La Penita RV Park while staying at Totonaka RV Park in San Carlos. Crossing the border was a breeze and then we stayed at Cave Creek Regional RV Park as we settle into Arizona and start preparing for Season 3.
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10 reasons NOT to move to Tucson, Arizona. Guess what? You'll need sunscreen.
10 reasons NOT to move to Tucson, Arizona. Guess what? You'll need sunscreen.
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Drive to Mexico | Mexico Travel Tips for Visa, Pets, Insurance & More
Drive to Mexico | Travel MUSTS for Visa, Pets, Insurance, RV & Car // Mexico travel is amazing, but traveling to Mexico in your RV can seem daunting especially for your first time at a Mexican border crossing. But I'm going to take the mystery out of crossing the border with some easy steps and a checklist so you can get on your way to enjoying the sandy beach in Mexico.
I'm giving you 7 requirements to crossing the US Mexican border to get into Mexico on vacation and Mexico tips to making it easy crossing Mexican border. Travel to Mexico can be amazing especially for us digital nomads who want to spend an extended time on a road trip to Mexico. So my Mexico travel tips should help you understand the Mexico requirements to driving in Mexico and to travel through Mexico. Have fun traveling to Mexico and enjoy the beauty.
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After 1 year of traveling, I sold my 26 foot Winnebago Class C RV for a more nimble Class B Hymer Aktiv van. I couldn't have been more excited to continue my second year in a van that allows me to travel to more places and experience more in life.
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Patagonia, Arizona USA
Patagonia, Arizona from E.Patagonia Hwy. Thanks for watching.
USA / Mexico International Border - Lochiel, Arizona
Lochiel, Arizona USAs
1:53 was a Freudian slip. Southern ARIZONA scenery, I meant. :)
Town Of Florence, Arizona
Florence is a town, 61 miles (98 km) southeast of Phoenix, in Pinal County of Arizona, United States. Florence, which is the county seat of Pinal County, is one of the oldest towns in that county and is regarded as a National Historic District with over 25 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The population of Florence was 30,770 at the 2015 census.
X's in AZ desert have top secret history
If you've ever driven along Interstate 10 through Casa Grande, you may have spotted a few cross-shaped structures planted in the desert landscape.
For a long time, these objects remained a mystery. In fact, throughout '60s they were part of a top secret government project, CORONA.
During the Cold War, the United States used satellite imaging to spy on the Soviet Union and China.