Welcome to Topretirements Best Places Newsletter for June 14. Thanks to the two sharp eyed Members who spotted our mistake last week - Eureka is in Arkansas, not Alabama. Sorry about that error. To view this newsletter in your browser click here.
Washington's 2nd largest city is on its eastern border with Idaho, giving it a much drier climate than Seattle. The city is relatively affordable, has 75 parks, and offers outstanding outdoor recreation.
Our scouting trip to Michigan was so interesting. In this report we cover some unbelievably nice towns - from Harbor Springs to Empire. Next week we will continue with more. Bottom line: The Great Lakes State is a great place to retire!
We had heard from friends how nice Petoskey was - but it still exceeded our expectations. Set on a hill overlooking Lake Michigan, it has a lovely downtown and residential sections. No wonder retirees are coming here.