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There's a reason why California has become the most populous state in the country: it has more to offer in one package than any other state.

From mountains to seacoast, deserts to lush forests, teeming cities to wilderness, California is a land of dizzying contrasts. In Southern California, an hour's drive will take you from the bustle of downtown LA to the silence of the Mojave Desert.

There are plenty of perks for retirees in California, including dynamic scenery, amazing golf courses and a number of cultural attractions.

 
 

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Del Tura Country Club Hometown America

18621 N. Tamiami Trail N. Fort Myers FL 33903

Del Tura Country Club has it all -- truly! This luxurious, award-winning development in the beautiful North Fort Myers area offers resort-style living -- except you never have to leave this vacation.

 
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Willow Lake Estates - MyMH

161 West River Road Elgin IL 60123

Located in the Fox River Valley, Willow Lake Estates is a beautifully landscaped community featuring mature willow, oak, and maple trees in a country setting. Residents enjoy amenities including the community's private, spring-fed stocked lake.

 
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