July 22.  Welcome, to this week's newsletter.  Thanks to all who have been contributing to the lively discussions in the Blog!
Artistic Tubac  - Arizona
This tiny town in southern Arizona's high desert is an ancient Spanish presidio that is now a working artists' community.  It was one of the first stops on the Camino Real. 

We know that many of our Members are looking for an affordable place to retire. Today's article updates prices and other information on 10 really nice, and affordable, places to retire from a list we produced a few years ago.
With 27,000 residents, Frankfort is one of the smallest state capitals in the nation. The Kentucky River Development Plan is working to redevelop and increase the use of the waterfront with a Riverwalk, amphitheater, and public marina to help make the river part of everyday life for residents.
In reviewing our archives we discovered at least 5 previous lists of affordable places to retire. And not just inexpensive, but places where you would actually want to live. Here are the links to all 5, and more. 
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