Advice on Florida move

Old 03-26-2021, 07:02 AM
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Originally Posted by ladyinpurple135 View Post
Everyone is talking about living conditions - my question is - do you like the weather in Florida? I, too live in NC and love it here - plus I wouldnít move to Florida for anything. Nit trying to sound like Debbie Downer but just understand that itís a lot different there than here in NC - I live 30 miles north of Charlotte. Itís get really, really humid and there are tins of flying things. A good friendís daughter and kids used to live there (on both coasts) and she had words I wonít write. They actually had alligators and those huge snakes that are in lots of places. Iíve been to Orlando and Daytona - both in the summer. I generally do not perspire correctly - I just get clammy - but I was dripping in both places. And I would miss the winter and change of seasons, Iíve watched those videos from Jerry and Linda and laughed and laughed. Iím 73-1/2 and I would never live in an adult community. Just not my cup of tea.

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Hi Sandy! You are not too far away from me. I'm in Raleigh up by Wake Forest. We have only lived here two years and I do like it, but I would be fine with no cold weather at all. The Jerry and Linda videos have been good for information, but I agree about that lifestyle....not for me either.
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Old 03-27-2021, 03:43 PM
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All of the heat and humidity would be too much for me. It gets too hot and humid here for me. I would like to live in a cooler area.
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