Summer in Arizona

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Pinal Realty & Property Management LLC

As we roll into summer here in the Southwest it is time to let all of you know who don't live here know how we stand the heat. I lived in snow country for almost 30 years and had the opposite problem. Here, you go from your air conditioned house to your air conditioned car to your air conditioned office. You get acclimated to the heat just as people who live in the cold get used to their environment. We have about four months of very hot temps and then we have the  rest of the year which is just about perfect. This is why Arizona's population is growing at the rate that it is.

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Jeff Stinson
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I hope to be a snow bird when I'm retired.  I can live in AZ when it's cold elsewhere and live elsewhere when it's too hot in AZ

June 12, 2008 11:17 PM
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