Moved here a couple years ago and it's perfect for me. Lots of wide open space, 4 seasons, tons of things to do and see. Can go up the mountain and ski one day, down the hill and ride some single track the next. Staying as long as I possibly can. You'll fit in well. Coconino Trail Riders is putting on a dual sport event this summer if you're looking for a time to visit and ride. The Overland Expo is here every year just south of town in June I think, Lots of good local beer too! Very diverse area for choosing a place to live. Have friends who live out about 25 miles in the volcano fields northeast of town and live off grid with wind and solar. That's some isolation if you want it. Also treed stuff west of town out by Parks. In town isolation is pretty pricey. Northwest of town out 180 has lots of stuff that backs up to the national forest, but 180 gets pretty congested with snow seekers from the valley sometimes. Depends on how much you want to drive.