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Listening to Van Gogh: A Coming of Retirement Age Novel
James Stevens novel takes place on a journey down the Rhone river to Arles, the town in Provence where Vincent van Gogh painted. The trip gets more involved as the group's concerns and approaches to the retirement transition are revealed.
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Weather is near the top of most people's considerations for places to retire. This article highlights the worst places in the country for weather and natural disasters. What we found out in many cases - be careful what you wish for!
Click on a state to see reviews of 684 great retirement towns, plus a list of 1,334 active adult communities.
Delaware has become of the most popular places to retire because of its climate, tax structure, and proximity to the beach. Smyrna, just far enough from the rat race and close to lakes, state parks, and the Bay, was named a "best" small town".
James Stevens had a revelation when he went on a trip to Van Gogh country in France with his wife and friends. In this article he shares some of the things he learned, starting with there's a lot more to it than just money
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The City of Festivals as it is known has quite a few surprises. The biggest is that this town just east of Palm Springs has an average age of 27 - about half what it is in the rest of the Coachella Valley. It has one of the longest municipal par 3 golf courses in the country, parks, and of course - the Tamale Festival.
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