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Klamath Falls, Oregon

One surprising thing about this beautiful town in south central Oregon is that it boasts 300 days of sunshine a year.  There are 2 big lakes in the area; Upper Klamath Lake and Crater Lake National Park. Klamath Falls is a great town for outdoor recreation and birding.

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For many retirees the perfect place to retire is one where they can live downtown in the thick of the action. Restaurants, shops, culture; all these and more are abundant in these exciting small cities.

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Boca Raton, Florida

Thanks to a suggestion from Ron, we were reminded that Boca Raton is a great walking town where redevelopment has been a big success.  Mizner Park resembles a Mediterranean suburban "town center" with a more contemporary look.

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Mini Retirement Guide to Panama

If you have been thinking about retiring in a foreign country that has a warm climate, put Panama near the top of your list. It has a lot of advantages for Americans beyond its climate, and a lot of those have to do with a friendly shared heritage with the U.S.

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