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Phoenix, Tucson: live in, car, best areas User Name Remember Me Password [ Register ] Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with Search Forums Advanced. Originally Posted by LordBalfor. I tend to agree. I spent nearly 5 years living in Michigan as kid and think it's a beautiful state. I even think North Dakota has a certain beauty to it.

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True enough the endless flat plains are not your typical beauty, but they nevertheless have a certain grandure to them - all that endless sky can make you feel pretty small and inificant - just you and vast endless sea of waving grass under an even vaster sky. Ever seen an AZ sunrise? Location: Tokyo but will always be Phoenix, Az. So beautiful here. What state can you be in the middle of vast mountationous desert then travel an hour and half north and be compeltely lost in the middle of a dense forest with snow capped mountians and cool pristine lakes? What state can you think of that has a major city that has the hottest summer temperatures in the U.

S and averages 11 inches of rain, then travel north and be in a city that has one of coldest average winter in the lower 48 states and have inches of more rain and inches of snow? If you do don't bother replying, this is an Arizona forum. Originally Posted by Steve-o. Im my honest opinion, I think Michigan is probably the most underrated state in the nation. Between the fine sand beaches, ft tall sand dunes, towering pines, thundering waterfalls, bluffs and hills, islands, cherry orchards, picture-perfect towns, lighthouses, etc, etc, I think Michigan is absolutely gorgeous, in my top 10 most beautiful states list.

Then again AZ is absolutely gorgeous, too.

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Every state has incredible scenery in some form or another and in the end, we're all neighbors sharing an incredibly beautiful and diverse country! Originally Posted by surferguy. I only stayed in Northern Az for 4 days, and from what I saw while staying in Flagstaff, I agree, the area I experienced is beautiful. One night after visiting the Lowell Observatory, I was last person there after they closed, sitting outside watching the star filled sky waiting for the cab was kind of spooky Originally Posted by Ponderosa.

Many of the prettiest parts of AZ are not in "northern" AZ. They are very near or within one hour of Tucson and Phoenix. Originally Posted by Phxguy. While there are a couple nice areas, most of our desert scenery leaves much to be desired. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. It is free and quick. Additional giveaways are planned. Detailed information about all U. Posting Quick Reply - Please Wait. User-defined colors Preset color patterns. Opacity: Opacity. Most recent value. Based on data. If so, which one? Post yours here! View detailed profiles of: Phoenix, Arizona.

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