15 best cities to grow old in
For those in their later years, these places offer a range of lifestyle, career and education attractions tailored to the active senior citizen.
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Boynton Beach, Florida close to Palm Beach, Miami, the Keys (longer), no snow, no income taxes, no traffic, good hospitals, close by doctors, dentists, close to 3 airports(PBI, MIA, Fort Lauderdale), minutes to the beach, just perfect for me and my wife.
Terrible traffic control and flow. Air quality marginal, particularly in winter.
If you are not a died in the wool, active, believing mormon, forget making close friends in this community. On the right side of right wing, politically speaking. I've seen worse, but I'd never live in Provo. Heber City or Park City (both close by) are much cleaner, and cosmopolitan. Healthier life styles. A plethora of outdoor activities.
Wrong on this one...from one who knows.
Interesting how as I read .... the people who complain about California. The problem with California is that every year on New Years day for as long as I can remember (and I'm nearing the 60 year old mark) it has been sunny and warm. Then the next year the populous grows. They all flock to California for the weather. Now California is terribly over crowded due to the yearly influx of transplants. They have come here and ruined the ecology and the economy and over populated this once lovely state of mine. Now even the weather is terrible. Mostly due to ... too many people . The lack of native borne Californian's is so sad. the natives that were born here and raised here and have their families here took good care of this state. Its the trans-plants that have made this state impossible to live in comfortably now. so all you trans-plants out in California please go back to where you came from. leave the State and its natives (the good folks who were born and raise here) alone. We don't need your help. All you transplanters have managed to do here is raise the crime rate and taxes to such a high level and have no respect for the environment...... that you have made california a lousy place to live.
I want my once beautiful healthy state back.
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