Julio Ruiz of J.R.R. Roofing paused in the heat while he and his crew removed old roofing on a house, as the temperature pushed 115 degrees in Tucson, Ariz. in June. Despite sweltering summers, Tucson’s total days with sun pushed the city to the top of Zumper’s list of best places to retire.
Julio Ruiz of J.R.R. Roofing paused in the heat while he and his crew removed old roofing on a house, as the temperature pushed 115 degrees in Tucson, Ariz. in June. Despite sweltering summers, Tucson’s total days with sun pushed the city to the top of Zumper’s list of best places to retire. Rick Wiley Associated Press file, 2017
Julio Ruiz of J.R.R. Roofing paused in the heat while he and his crew removed old roofing on a house, as the temperature pushed 115 degrees in Tucson, Ariz. in June. Despite sweltering summers, Tucson’s total days with sun pushed the city to the top of Zumper’s list of best places to retire. Rick Wiley Associated Press file, 2017

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