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Welcome to Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for March 20.  Last week's article on "11 Iffy Reasons Not to Retire in Florida" sparked a vigorous discussion. When it comes to Florida retirement it seems to be a love it or hate it situation! 

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The biggest surprise coming from our new list of the most popular active adult communities in the Southwest was where they are located. Ten of the fifteen are in Colorado, with the remainder in AZ, NV, and NM. The list of winners is a good example of the wide range of choices there are in the 55+/active adult market.   15 Top in the Southwest >>

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You Haven't Tried Pickleball Yet?

It's one of the country's fastest growing sports, and a huge percentage of the players are baby boomers.  In communities all around more and more people are having a ball with pickleball!  More>>

Staunton, Virginia

If you are looking for a fun small town to retire in, consider Staunton (pronounced Stanton). This old commercial center in the Shenandoah Valley has a beautiful stock of old homes, some of which have been converted to B & B's. There is a college (Mary Baldwin U.), a Presidential Library (Woodrow Wilson), cool shops and many restaurants in a walkable downtown.  More>>

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