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East Coast Search for Retirement

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We are a couple in our mid 50's and are taking a road trip beginning in Savannah and ending in PA searching for a coastal place for retirement where winters are tolerable and short. We currently live in NH. Can anyone give us suggestions on where to go and look at for a great area to live where we can walk everywhere? We are on a mission to do this and are flying down from NH to Savannah next Thursday to do this. We are staying in Savannah for a couple of days and then just driving up the east coast while we explore. Please help us make good choices! Thanks everyone!

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