Moving to Holbrook?
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Show Low, AZ

#21 Feb 2, 2013
holbrook is for retired people only not kids if you do have ages 5 or 10 thats fine.maybe it wont be so bad if you focus on your family if you meet people
thats nice and helpful thats a blessing. but this is not a good place teenagers its no activity for them other then school alot kids turn into drunks or meth addicts having sex and making babies . if you get one person upset you pisss off the whole villlage this is nowhere close to being a city its more like a outlet in the middle of nowhere and prices are sky rocket high no hospitals only a clinic this place is not worth it trust me im leaving here soon thank god
long gone USA

Philadelphia, PA

#22 Feb 12, 2013
Of the time that I had spent in Holbrook, AZ I will say that there are truly a great many residents that have really helped me feel welcome. Regretfully, as you gaze upon the atmosphere that makes up Holbrook & the Individuals that desire to have the final say in the growth of the town, take a long gaze, what you see has been going on for a very long time. The mindless wonders of people of Holbrook rule Holbrook making it an unpleasent place for others to take up residency to help build a valuable community. Therefore, shadowing the more mindful wonders of the town seem indigent! Holbrook, AZ needs rid itself of less quality indivduals in order to help create a more prosperous town! Holbrook will be a barren land if quality is not enforced to help the town grow. Holbrook, you doh have potential. Prvide a place for your future generations to settle plus more.
fat boy from illinos

Highland, IL

#23 May 25, 2013
i lived there ONCE. and BRIEFLY. and when i say briefly, i'm talking 2 weeks maybe 3. i lived in the crescent apartment shit hole next to a bar. living there was like living in a roach infested cardboard box in a alley. The only good thing that whole town had going for it was those 99 cent root beer floats they served up there at that little old A&W place. Me and my then wife (Split up over a year ago) moved out of there to try our hands at Bullhead city arizona.(much better) but still not for us. When you grow up in a lush green wet environment with 4 beatiful seasons and fields of green prarie and forrests, lakes, rivers. well, the dusty old desert life just don't hold a candle. and at last i returned to my beloved hometown. sorry holbrook residents, but that place sucked ass.

United States

#24 Jun 4, 2013
You can sleep in a wigwam!!! Yay!!!

Gilbert, AZ

#25 Jul 3, 2013
The town is cursed by trains. Every trip through I always wait for those trains before I can escape!

Show Low, AZ

#26 Mar 7, 2015
moved wrote:
Holbrook is a very different town, if you weren't raised there it takes some getting used to. There are lots of drunk homeless people that live on the streets and will bother you on a regular basis for moeny. If you decide to move to Holbrook, stay out of the alleys, don't leave anything of value outside of your house, don't ever leave your cars unlocked, probably best to staying out of the bars but if nothing else staying out of the winners circle is a must unless your looking for a fight or a disease. If I were you I would probably look for something out on mcclaws road. Oh and if you have kids, move to Snowflake, holbrook is no place to raise a kid.
SNOWFLAKE! Are you kidding? Its literally run by MORMONS! Their missionaries try to convert you.
The town is NOTHING but a "piece of crap"! There is NOTHING to do in SNOWFLAKE but look
at horses and cows! Their next door neighbor, TAYLOR,is even worse! All they have is BASHAS
Grocery Store,which is run by MORONS! Unless you grow up in this sparrow fart town & you
are a MORON, do yourself a huge favor and move to a large city,where,at least
its normal & there are actually things to do & places to go for entertainment. LOL!

Since: Oct 12

Williams, AZ

#27 Mar 30, 2015
People of faith are supposed to try and spread it. I tell people on the net,Read the bible and consider going to a small local church. Look deep and consider your soul.None of this takes any money.Its easy to get a bible for free. What do you all expect of a small town in the country? Move away if you want to,It's still a kind of free country.
Take up a hobby.

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