The Villages Florida Area Real Estate: January 2011

Winter Wonderland OR Winter Wonder [why am I still living here] Land?

Winter Wonderland OR Winter Wonder [why am I still living here] Land?

This winter is longer than any winter in my memory, and we have only experienced five weeks of it so far!  As I rake off my roof and dig a path to my bird feeders (to make sure my birds have plenty to eat), I often think about the other places in the country that are not having to put up with this snow mountain (even though they may be experiencing "cold" weather).

Winter Wonderland

Are you wondering why you are still living in the Winter Land?  Looking to move someplace warmer?  I have many friends around the country who are REALTORS who would be more than happy to help you!  Give me a call or shoot me an e-mail, and I will get you connected!

Winter Wonderland

 Mary-kay Canfield

REALTOR®, ABR, e-PRO, IMSD, SRES, SRS

Chris K. Canfield

REALTOR®, ABR, CRS, e-PRO, GREEN, SRES 

The Villages FL Area Real Estate

 

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Comment balloon 20 commentsMary-kay Canfield and Chris Canfield • January 28 2011 07:50AM
Winter Wonderland OR Winter Wonder [why am I still living here] Land?
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