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Pensacola, FL

Pensacola is a deep water seaport on the western end of Florida's Panhandle and began in 1698.  It sits along Pensacola Bay and has been ruled by five different countries: Spain, France, Britain, the U.S. and the Confederate States of America. The city's nicknames and mottos include "Redneck Riviera," "America's First Settlement" and "World's Whitest Beaches."   

Meggett, SC

Mellow Meggett sits along Wadmalaw Sound in southeastern South Carolina, about 30 minutes from the Atlantic.  In the early 20th century, it was a railroad town and  known as the "cabbage capital of the world."  Today, it is considered a bedroom community of Charleston, which is about 20 miles away.  

Bellingham, WA

  In scenic northwestern Washington, Bellingham is 25 miles south of the Canadian border and is nestled along beautiful Bellingham Bay.   It is in the shadow of 10,871 foot tall Mt. Baker and is sturdy, lush and attracts outdoor oriented people. 


Elizabethtown, KY

Friendly, well-maintained Elizabethtown, or E-town as it is called locally, got its start in 1793 and sits along the old North Dixie Highway (Highway 31W) and Interstate 65 in rural north central Kentucky.   It is about 12 miles south of Fort Knox, a military base and the home of the U.S. Bullion Depository.

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