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hay is anybody else on this site frome arizona how far away from bisbee do you live ?
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i feel so left out nobody heare execpt those on my other topic is frome az
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I used to live in AZ. Various locations:

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sweet ever been to bisbee
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I'm in Gilbert. Last time I was in Bisbee was probably 1976.
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Can't recall Bisbee. Been to Tombstone though. And Tuscon. Never really made it south of Phoenix. Been to almost every other place/historical site/point of interest in AZ though.

Almost took a job at Grand Canyon just to live up there. Gotta be my favorite place on the planet.
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bissbee has a rich historic value and is toughter than tombstone and its pop is 34 hippie
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bissbee has a rich historic value and is toughter than tombstone
Hello from Sierra Vista kissdude..... I agree Bisbee is a better town than Tombstone! Really enjoy the brewery gulch area and a cold local brewed beer!
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Hello from Snowflake. Lived in San Jose 75-80. Della Street. Loved Bisbee and have been kicking myself ever since leaving.

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I have been to Bisbee. As a matter of fact I have probably been everywhere there is to go in Southern Arizona. If it has a road or trail I have probably been there.
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i feel so left out nobody heare execpt those on my other topic is frome az
No woodworkers in Arizona because there are no trees.

Can I count. I am going to visit there sometime in the next few months?

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I have been to Bisbee. As a matter of fact I have probably been everywhere there is to go in Southern Arizona. If it has a road or trail I have probably been there.
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Trees in Arizona...

GeorgeC... We have plenty of trees here in Az! We just keep them up in the mountains so we can have a nice clear open view of our great state. Where will you be visiting when you come to 'zona? Its a big state and we do have lots to see! I hope you have a great trip.
Buster.... I feel the same way. As a kid growing up in Sierra Vista my parents were always taking us hiking or backpacking. I still do it as often as time permits. I love getting out into the back country and away from town!

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GeorgeC... We have plenty of trees here in Az! We just keep them up in the mountains so we can have a nice clear open view of our great state. Where will you be visiting when you come to 'zona? Its a big state and we do have lots to see! I hope you have a great trip.
Buster.... I feel the same way. As a kid growing up in Sierra Vista my parents were always taking us hiking or backpacking. I still do it as often as time permits. I love getting out into the back country and away from town!

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No woodworkers in Arizona because there are no trees.
Actually, saguaro are trees. The Hohokam (The Ancients) used the ribs of the saguaro for parts of their shelters. The saguaro grows with ribs around the circumference and the interior holds moisture for the long periods between rain fall.

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Mesa here, still looking for a good place to buy rough saw lumber, be here 10 years

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