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Author: Karen Harrell

Forgotten Coast Retirement

If your idea of retirement is days of relaxing with nothing but fishing on the schedule, welcome to the Forgotten Coast.
“It’s beautiful and laid back, like old Florida,” said Sandra Chasin, executive director of the Gulf County Chamber of Commerce.
Chasin is more than a spokesperson for retiring on the Forgotten Coast; she is living the dream.

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Eastern Shore Retirement

Retiring on Alabama’s Eastern Shore could be very relaxing.
Or, it could keep you busier than a full-time job.
“We have a wonderful network here of very active retirees,” said Darralynn Bender, president of the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce. “I don’t know why they even use the word retiree, they are so busy.”

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Bay County Retirement

What if you could find everything you love about your hometown, but find it on the Gulf of Mexico with an average 320 days of sunshine every year?
Bay County and Panama City offer everything from a great library system to dolphin watching, from five hospitals to year-round golf.

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Keith Kahl Working Retiree

Retirement for most individuals suggests a time to relax and finally enjoy life at a slower pace, free from the hectic days associated with work and deadlines. Well, Keith Kahl who retired as an operation manager from AT&T after 31 years, must not have gotten his memo telling him what to do when you retire.

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