March 23.  Welcome, to the latest edition of the Topretirements weekly eNewsletter.

We recently visited some old friends who have retired to Colorado. The incredible outdoor-oriented lifestyle they enjoy there is the basis of this week's Featured Article. As always, If you think ourinformation is helpful, please share the word by forwarding it to a friend. They can get their own free copy here.

Home to the Jayhawks of the University of Kansas, Lawrence has earned several "bests". Those include "Best l'll College Town" and "Top 10 Value Town". Check it out.
If you are a baby boomer looking to stay active there isn't a much better retirement than one lived in the mountains. Based on our recent visits, we review what is like to retire in 2 great locations: Colorado and Utah. These folks are having fun!
You might know that Bentonville is the world headquarters of Walmart. But a growing number of culture buffs are flocking to this growing town for its importance in the art world. The Crystal Bridges Museum drew well over 1 million visitors in a recent year, and one of its newest attractions is an entire Frank Lloyd Wright house moved here from New Jersey.
As more boomers find themselves single, online dating is emerging as a helpful tool. Interestingly enough as  a Pew Research study found out, younger boomers and very young adults are leading the charge.
We see enough comments from our Members and visitors to realize that many of you have very specific wants when it comes to finding your best place to retire. Using our Advanced Search feature you can find places in each state that offer specificamenities, types of housing, community size, winter/summer temps, etc. Try it, you might be pleasantly surprised.
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