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Topretirements eNewsletter           
 February 15, 2012

In This Issue...

  • One Year Later: Artie Shares His Thoughts on a Carolina Retirement
  • Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Baby Boomer Dream: Wine Maker in Napa Valley
  • Boynton Beach, Florida

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    This in-depth report from one of our members offers useful insight into what life is like in a large North Carolina active adult community. Of particular interest is Artie's comparison of the Carolinas versus his previous home - Long Island, New York.
     
     
    One of our recurring retirement fantasies has always involved Hawaii. Gentle breezes, warm temperatures all year round, sandy beaches, and a relaxed way of life - the 50th state beckons.  Although Honolulu is by far Hawaii's biggest city, the area has many pleasant neighborhoods and by far the best medical facilities.
     
    Click on a state to see reviews of 815 great retirement towns, plus capsule summaries of 1,640 active adult communities. 
     
    This week we continue our series of interesting baby boomer retirement lifestyles with a profile of Amelia Ceja, the first woman Mexican-American President of a wine company in the world (Ceja Vineyards). Amelia' retirement is the fulfillment of her lifelong dream, to make high quality, award winning wines in the Napa Valley.
    Amelia Ceja
     
    Sandwiched in between more affluent towns like Delray Beach and Palm Beach, this east coast town has had some trouble in the Rodney Dangerfield way - it doesn't get enough respect. But the fact is it has a lot to offer -like the same beaches, great parks, and communities of every description - for far less money.
     
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