If you’ve ever spent a gray winter in the North, you can appreciate
warmer climates. Between shoveling snow, navigating slippery ice and
scraping frost from your windshield
each morning, the colder months can
be grueling. They hang on for a long
time, and the gray days wear down
your spirit. Who hasn’t dreamed
of trading their parka and gloves
for a T-shirt and shorts, or playing
a round of golf or reclining on the
beach instead of salting the sidewalk
for the third time that week?
That’s why warmer destinations
are so appealing. Depending on where
you choose to live, you can spend
the entire year outdoors. There’s the
milder four-season climate of the
Carolinas, the year-round warmth of
South Florida, and the dry air of the
Southwest. It’s all about what’s right
Don’t want to miss the way the
leaves change colors in autumn?
Consider the North Carolina or Tennessee mountains. Leaf peepers come
from miles around to catch a glimpse
of the colorful fall foliage.
Do you want to pack your jacket
away for good? Opt for the sandy
shores and blue skies of south Florida. Is humidity not for you? Perhaps
the saguaro cacti and rolling desert of
Helping you find the right place.