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I know people who love Guadamala. Of course, Spanish is a second language of theirs, it’s a great stretch to their retirement dollars to live there. They have dual citizenship.
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If you are struggling with this decision, read

Where Shall I Live When I retire, by Carol A. KIng. Available through Amazon's Kindle store now; paperback coming shortly. 

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Near my children in California, but to expensive & state doesn’t have as many “over 50 communities.” Any ideas?
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Montana

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Where??
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Hope you've got a ton of money. Housing prices are astronomical. Don't forget hurricanes as well.
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Hilton Head Island, SC

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Asheville (Flat Rock) North Carolina
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We, lived in Exeter, NH many years ago and loved it. I know it's changed, because we visit when we come back east, but it's more artsy and creative, it seems. What used to be hardware stores, are now art galleries. 

 

There are beautiful hikes, from gentle walks through the woods with benches along the way to sit and rest, to some that are not for the faint of heart, and everything in between. Autumn is spectacular....second week in October. 

 

Keep in mind that all of NH is above the snow line. We've had out of town guests who had to stay an extra week because it ended up snowing every other day and they couldn't get out. 

 

Enjoy...and build a snow person for me, please!

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"I need a good Protestant woman to join me SOON-ER !!!

Wh of you ladies will join me in these plans/move?"

 

I was gonna suggest Melania or Ivanka since you seem like a fan of their hubby/daddy.  But they're not protestant.  Good luck finding someone who can tolerate your intolerance!

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