May 28.  Welcome, to this week's newsletter. We hope your summer is off to a flying start.
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This affordable town sits on the Intracoastal, just above Stuart and Jupiter. It has many inexpensive places to live, and a downtown people like to visit. It's one of the towns profiled in our funky Florida series.

If you one of the many folks whose image of Florida is one long strip mall populated by old folks - this 2-part series is for you. Part 1 is out today, and it will give you a dozen funky Florida towns that just might change your mind. Check it out!

This old fishing and commercial port is about a days drive from Puerto Vallarta. It has many expat retirees living in a variety of communities.  John Wayne liked to fish here. 

People all over the world love their pets, and that doesn't stop with retirement. But once we retire our attitudes and needs change, and so do the issues around pets. Here is our exploration of that topic.
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 offerspecific amenities, types of housing, community size, winter/summer temps, etc. Try it, you might be pleasantly surprised.
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