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British Columbia retiree'S

Posted by Gaygie (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 20, 02 at 9:01

We are just a couple of years from retirement and where wondering what would be the best place for us, I have arthritis so have to keep that in mind. We want to stay in B.C as our children and there families live here. But we do not want to stay in our hometown as this is zone 3 and to cold, my husband lives to golf so that is a main priority.

I just want a nice warm sunny place. So would you please recommend a place that you know would have all these requirements, Thank you, Gaygie

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RE: British Columbia retiree'S

Tyler in the Winter and BC in the summer would be heaven to me. Golf is every where here and we have a lot of winter Texans. Tyler is still on the unfound list for great retirement places, so the living expenses are not high. In AZ it is high. Carlsbad NM is now a retirement mecca and it has gone sky high! I will try to post some 1/800 numbers. I would like to live at Bellingham WA. in the summer and Texas in the winter. Of course with the arthritis getting worse Texas is probaly the best place year round for me!
greetings from East Texas

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