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Five Reasons Why the Hill Country is Ideal for Retirement


Texas’ Hill Country is the fourth-largest region in the Lone Star State, sprawling across 31,000 square miles, and situated on the Edwards Plateau and Balcones Escarpment. Bounded by Interstate 35 and U.S. 83 on the east and west, and bracketed by SH 29 and U.S. 90 on the north and south, respectively, the Hill Country is consistently lauded for its scenic vistas, award-winning festivals and wineries, and a plethora of shopping and outdoor activities.

Cost of Living in Popular U.S. Cities

If you’re thinking about relocating, the cost of living in various cities is an important consideration. A cost of living calculation takes into account the average prices for basic needs such as housing, health care, food, local taxes, and more.

What’s Hot in the Kitchen?

Many years ago, the kitchen of a home was a no-nonsense, functional, utilitarian room that was located at the back of the house. Only the “chief cook and bottle-washer” was allowed to enter this workplace. Needless to say, those days are long gone.

Canyon Lake land for sale

You can be sure of one thing when you spend time at Canyon Lake: It’ll make you want to spend more time at Canyon Lake. Between the excellent fishing, the multiple water sports, and the relaxing natural environs, it’s not hard to see why people are lining up to buy Canyon Lake land for sale.  

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