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Are there any smaller towns out there, where I could retire without a car?
I don't want to live in one of these mega metropolis's!
Health-care is everywhere and the YEARLY bus pass, which runs 4 times an hour wherever you want to go, is THIRTY DOLLARS, yup $30......... a YEAR to seniors.
The one room furnished rental is in the $400s.
Oh, did i fail to note, Oahu is one of THE finest destination DREAMED about since one was a teenager......................... unlike MOST of the authors suggestions.
Even now that I am retired I would have to sell my car and house in FL , add quit a few thousand ( probably more like 10's of thousands) of dollars to purchase a house in one of the downtown Portland neighborhoods mentioned. Doesn't make sense to me...
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