Pictured above: One of the many activities available at On Top of the World
, an active community near Ocala that is quite competitive to The Villages.
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Jim's question became a challenge: "We loved living in The Villages. But what are some of the alternatives?" Here's what we found when we out looking for communities with non-stop fun possibilities.
Our friend Barry told us - you have to check out Saratoga Springs, it's "amazing". Well we did, and... it is! For starters its historic track is a living shrine to thoroughbred horse racing. There are the mineral springs, Skidmore College, and more than 20 area golf courses.
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The latest in our continuing series of interesting baby boomer retirement profiles features Don Stark. Read about his fun retirement, and how he turned his passion for SCUBA diving into a maritime environmental non-profit.
U.S. News once named Cheyenne the most tax-friendly city in the nation. There is no state income tax, and in fact, the state is rolling in oil money. It's more than just economic attraction though: the nearby mountains offer every kind of recreation, and its historic district is nice too.
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