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In the heart of Arizona's White Mountains, Greer is known for being a place to "come home within yourself." At Greer Lodge, built in 1948 as a spiritual retreat, we learn that Greer is the premier fly-fishing area in the Southwest with over 650 miles of trout streams within a 30 miles radius. At Molly Butler Lodge, the oldest continually operated lodge in the state, we meet Molly's great granddaughter, Kim Johnson, who continues the spirit of Greer life as a wrangler for X Diamond Ranch. Here Kim teaches us the basics of horseback riding, through the mountains, which we find not only has four seasons, but also is known for great fall color. In the winter in Greer, folks take off to Sunrise to glide down trails from novice to black diamond; then we are introduced to nightlife, Greer Style, as we dance the night away to great live music back at the Lodge.