I’d rather live in Prescott. Close enough to the other cities and still have a small town feel. Flag got over 140 inches of snow.
My parents lived there for a long time. I was foreman at Prescott cabinets for two years. The country around there kinda reminded me of the rural areas around Denver, where I grew up. (they're both a mile high. Well, since Colorado legalized pot, it may be a little higher now ) Ruger has a plant in Prescott. That's a good thing. If it hadn't been overrun by tourists and two-dollar millionaires, Sedona was nice when I lived there in the late 80's. A short drive up Oak Creek Canyon to Flagstaff for some decent hunting. I retired here in Central Oregon 12 yrs. ago. (lived here for 47 yrs.) The politics in Oregon now have me rethinking that decision.