Retire in Manhattan, Kansas

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Manhattan, Kansas is a college town (Kansas State University "Aggies") and his home to roughly 52,000 residents and another 40,000 in the metro area.   The area includes Fort Riley, a…

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The Dark and Scary Woods

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Year round, my son and I walk a 2.5 mile loop around the neighborhood after dinner most every evening.   The path takes us around a graveyard, through a rural neighborhood,…

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Is It The Journey Or The Destination?

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When I had a job, we had money and no time.   The renewable income paycheck was right around the corner but my precious vacation days were very limited. We’d plan…

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Retire in Madison, Georgia

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Of all the great little towns in Georgia, we just had to write about Madison.   The historic homes (Greek revival, Neoclassical Victorian and Romanesque) line the streets competing with huge…

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Retire in Savannah, Georgia

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Savannah is a place like no other.   Yes, there are historic homes, famous walking districts, and more history than you can shake a stick at.   But for me, Savannah is…

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Waco, Texas as a retirement home

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In the heart of Texas, between Dallas and Austin, you will find the town of Waco, right on the banks of the Brazos River.  You may not have considered Waco, Texas as…

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