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Franklin, TN  A nice town known for its historic preservation  

Manhattan, KS  An appealing college town

Tuscaloosa, AL  A diverse riverfront city

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St. Joseph, MI   Along the shores of Lake Michigan, St. Joseph is a picturesque little beach resort. Is it a great place to retire?

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Matlacha, FL

On Florida's southwestern coast, mellow Matlacha (Mat-la-shay) sits on and completely covers a little island that is situated between Pine Island, which is Florida's largest island, and the mainland where Fort Myers is located. Quaint and cute, it is an old fishing village that still boasts rural, seaside charm.

Columbia, PA

Columbia sits along the banks of the Susquehanna River in southeastern Pennsylvania and started out in 1726 as a Quaker settlement. For years it was an important river crossing and today is known for its well preserved Victorian buildings.

Longmont, CO

With the Rocky Mountains' Front Range and Longs Peak in the distance, Longmont sits on high plain in pretty north central Colorado. Its roots are in farming, and it is still the home of the Boulder County Fair.

Dawsonville, GA

Dawsonville, leafy and welcoming, is just 55 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta and has been growing very fast, nearly doubling in size within just the last decade alone. It sits in some spectacular scenery near the North Georgia Mountains and is the official beginning/ending of the Appalachian Trail.

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