August 26.  Welcome, to this week's newsletter.  We've got 2 great articles for you this week.  The first is one from our frequent contributor Jan Cullinane on what it's like to retire on a cruise ship. And the second is a return to our "How to Find a Snowbird Rental for the Winter"series. Hope you enjoy them. named Sebastopol a top 10 Small Town for Livability due to its high clutural and outdoor amenities, and its small-town charm.  It's 15 miles from the Pacific coast between Santa Rosa and the Bodega Bay.
Why settle for just taking a cruise when you can actually live on a cruise ship one full-time. Many boomers have, and here are a few of their stories, as written by Jan Cullinane.
This tiny town on the coast east of New Bern is all about the water - fishing, beaches, boating.  The Outer Banks are close, and it is a very popular stop on the Intracoastal Waterway.
We have had so many inquiries and comments lately about how to find a winter rental. So it seems like an ideal time to update our tips on how to find a great one. Best of all - plenty of great Member comments and suggestions.
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