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Greer, Arizona USA
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Greer, Arizona is a small community in the White Mountains of eastern Arizona. It is about 8,600 feet above sea level and is a popular summer home and resort area. It is located along the upper reaches of the Little Colorado River and is always 20 to 30 degrees cooler than the low Arizona deserts.
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