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> > The Newest of the Continental United States, Ere’s some trivia for You!
> > 1. Arizona has 3,928 mountain peaks and summits, more mountains than
> > any one of the other Mountain States (Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada,
> > New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming).
> > 2. All New England, plus the state of Pennsylvania would fit inside
> > Arizona.
> > 3. Arizona became the 48th state and last of the contiguous states on
> > February 14, 1912.
> > 4. Arizona?s disparate climate can yield both the highest temperature
> > across the nation and the lowest temperature across the nation in the same
> > day.
> > 5. There are more wilderness areas in Arizona than in the entire Midwest.
> > Arizona alone has 90 wilderness areas, while the Midwest has 50.
> > 6. Arizona has 26 peaks that are more than 10,000 feet in elevation.
> > 7. Arizona has the largest contiguous stand of ponderosa pines in the
> > world stretching from near Flagstaff along the Mogollon Rim to the White
> > Mountainsregion.
> > 8. Yuma, Arizona is the country?s highest producer of winter vegetables,
> > especially lettuce.
> > 9. Arizona is the 6th largest state in the nation, covering 113,909 square
> > miles.
> > 10. Out of all the states in the U.S., Arizona has the largest percentage
> > of its land designated as Indian lands.
> > 11. The ?Five C?s? of Arizona?s economy are: Cattle, Copper, Citrus,
> > Cotton, and Climate.
> > 12. More copper is mined in Arizona than all the other states combined,
> > and the Morenci Mine is the largest copper producer in all of North
> > America.
> > 13. Clark Gable and Carole Lombard, two of the most prominent movie stars
> > of Hollywood?s Golden Age, were married on March 18, 1939, in Kingman,
> > Arizona.
> > 14. Covering 18,608 sq. miles, Coconino County is the second largest
> > county by land area in the 48 contiguous United States.
> > 15. The world?s largest solar telescope is located at Kitt Peak National
> > Observatory in Sells, Arizona.
> > 16. Bisbee, Arizona is known as the Queen of the Copper Mines because
> > during its mining heyday it produced nearly 25 percent of the world?s
> > copper and was the largest city in the Southwest between Saint Louis and
> > San Francisco.
> > 17. Billy the Kid killed his first man, Windy Cahill, in Bonita, Arizona.
> > 18. Arizona grows enough cotton each year to make more than one pair of
> > jeans for every person in the United States.
> > 19. Famous labor leader and activist Cesar Chavez was born in Yuma.
> > 20. In 1912, President William Howard Taft was ready to make Arizona a
> > state on February 12, but it was Lincoln?s birthday. The next day, the
> > 13th, was considered bad luck so they waited until the following day.
> > That?s how Arizonabecame known as the ?Valentine State.?
> > 21. When England?s famous London Bridge was replaced in the 1960s, the
> > original was purchased, dismantled, shipped stone by stone and
> > reconstructed in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, where it still stands today.
> > 22. Mount Lemmon, in the Santa Catalina Mountains, is the southernmost ski
> > resort in the United States.
> > 23. Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch in Picacho, Arizona is the largest
> > privately-owned ostrich ranch in the world outside South Africa.
> > 24. If you cut down a protected species of cactus in Arizona, you could
> > spend more than a year in prison.
> > 25. The world?s largest to-scale collection of miniature airplane models
> > is housed at the library at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in
> > Prescott, Arizona.
> > 26. The only place in the country where mail is delivered by mule is the
> > village of Supai, located at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
> > 27. Located on Arizona?s western border, Parker Dam is the deepest dam in
> > the world at 320 feet.
> > 28. South Mountain Park/Preserve in Phoenix is the largest municipal park
> > in the country.
> > 29. Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station, located about 55 miles west of
> > Phoenix, generates more electricity than any other U.S. power plant.
> > 30. Oraibi, a Hopi village located in Navajo County, Arizona, dates back
> > to before A.D. 1200 and is reputed to be the oldest continuously inhabited
> > community inAmerica.
> > 31. Built by Del Webb in 1960, Sun City, Arizona was the first 55-plus
> > active adult retirement community in the country.
> > 32. Petrified wood is the official state fossil. The Petrified Forest in
> > northeasternArizona contains America?s largest deposits of petrified wood.
> > 33. Many of the founders of San Francisco in 1776 were Spanish colonists
> > from Tubac, Arizona.
> > 34. Phoenix originated in 1866 as a hay camp to supply military post
> > CampMcDowell.
> > 35. Rainfall averages for Arizona range from less than three inches in the
> > deserts to more than 30 inches per year in the mountains.
> > 36. Rising to a height of 12,643 feet, Mount Humphreys north of Flagstaff
> > is the state?s highest mountain.
> > 37. Roadrunners are not just in cartoons! In Arizona, you?ll see them
> > running up to 17-mph away from their enemies.
> > 38. The Saguaro cactus is the largest cactus found in the U.S. It can grow
> > as high as a five-story building and is native to the Sonoran Desert,
> > which stretches across southern Arizona.
> > 39. Sandra Day O?Connor, the first woman appointed to the U.S. Supreme
> > Court, grew up on a large family ranch near Duncan, Arizona.
> > 40. The best-preserved meteor crater in the world is located near
> > Winslow,Arizona.
> > 41. The average state elevation is 4,000 feet.
> > 42. The Navajo Nation spans 27,000 square miles across the states of Utah,
> > Arizona and New Mexico. Its capital is seated in Window Rock, Arizona.
> > 43. The amount of copper utilized to make the copper dome atop Arizona?s
> > Capitol building is equivalent to the amount used in 4.8 million pennies.
> > 44. Near Yuma, the Colorado River?s elevation dips to 70 feet above sea
> > level, making it the lowest point in the state.
> > 45. The geographic center of Arizona is 55 miles southeast of Prescott
> > near the community of Mayer.
> > 46. You could pile four 1,300-foot skyscrapers on top of each other and
> > they still would not reach the rim of the Grand Canyon.
> > 47. The hottest temperature recorded in Arizona was 128 degrees at Lake
> > Havasu City on June 29, 1994.
> > 48. The coldest temperature recorded in Arizona was 40 degrees below zero
> > at Hawley Lake on January 7, 1971.
> > 49. A saguaro cactus can store up to nine tons of water.
> > 50. The state of Massachusetts could fit inside Maricopa County (9,922 sq.
> > miles).
> > 51. The westernmost battle of the Civil War was fought at Picacho Pass on
> > April 15, 1862 near Picacho Peak in Pinal County.
> > 52. There are 11.2 million acres of National Forest in Arizona, and
> > one-fourth of the state forested.
> > 53. Wyatt Earp was neither the town marshal nor the sheriff in Tombstone
> > at the time of the shoot-out at the O.K. Corral. His brother Virgil was
> > the town marshal.
> > 54. On June 6, 1936, the first barrel of tequila produced in the United
> > States rolled off the production line in Nogales, Arizona.
> > 55. The Sonoran Desert is the most biologically diverse desert in North
> > America.
> > 56. Bisbee is the Nation?s southernmost mile-high city.
> > 57. The two largest manmade lakes in the U.S. are Lake Mead and Lake
> > Powell?both located in Arizona.
> > 58. The longest remaining intact section of Route 66 can be found in
> > Arizona and runs from Seligman to Topock, a total of 157 unbroken miles.
> > 60. The negotiations for Geronimo?s final surrender took place in Skeleton
> > Canyon, near present day Douglas, Arizona, in 1886.
> > 61. Prescott, Arizona is home to the world?s oldest rodeo, and Payson,
> > Arizona is home to the world?s oldest continuous rodeo?both of which date
> > back to the 1880s.
> > 62. Kartchner Caverns, near Benson, Arizona, is a massive limestone cave
> > with 13,000 feet of passages, two rooms as long as football fields, and
> > one of the world?s longest soda straw stalactites: measuring 21 feet 3
> > inches.
> > —–Happy 100th Birthday Arizona!—–
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NOW IS THE TIME FOR YOU TO EXPAND, UPGRADE OR INVEST.
In my opinion we are at bottom of the cycle in Commercial Real Estate in Phoenix, so there is only one way and it’s called we are going up again and now is the time for you to expand, upgrade or invest in Commercial Properties in Phoenix. The prices on deals I may get you will not be around forever.
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We barely could give land away the last few years, but times are changing. Even in those meager years, I sold more land across the state than most other brokers. Before the real estate crash I was a land specialist in Arizona with millions of dollars of transactions, but then I had to change and also sell other commercial investment properties, which was fun, but I am a Commercial Landspecialist in Arizonal, a Commercial Land Specialist in Phoenix and love to sell land, one acre to thousands of acres.
Since I was a Land Specialist in Arizona and a Land Speciaost in Phoenix many of my clients, Sellers and Buyers remember me and now they are calling me again, so this is the time to get back into land and none of my clients, including future clients, will miss out on getting their best deal.
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