Our Evolving Retirement

We were about five years into retirement when I started writing for a now defunct, on-line publication. My job was to write articles to inspire other retirees to visit the forum. Adjusting to retirement was still new. I had a lot to say and a lot to learn. The words I wrote then can still …

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The Captain has Turned Off the seatbelt sign…

March At a Glance March roared in like a lion, bringing high winds and roller-coaster temperatures ranging from lows in the 40's to highs in the 80's. Despite the winds, we have enjoyed being outside, tending the yard, washing windows, biking, and playing our new favorite sport with the strange name. We have also managed …

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Treasure Hunting on Jekyll Island

There are two kinds of treasures in this world; those you hold in your hand, and those you hold in your heart. Jekyll Island, GA is where you can find both. From January 1st, through the end of February, Jekyll Island is visited by thousands of treasure hunters. The marketing campaign was devised in 2002 …

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The Treasure Coast – America’s Happiest Seaside Town

The following post was originally shared in 2017 and is being re-posted for Terri Webster's Sunday Stills photography challenge. The theme this week is City Sidewalks. I can't think of a more perfect place to stroll along and sing this iconic Christmas song than the town where we live. Enjoy! In 2016, Coastal Living Magazine readers …

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