Where Do You Want to Live?

Sailboat with white sail in Gulf of Mexico.It is winter in Venice, Florida.  The sky is blue and sunny with a mild breeze over the Gulf of Mexico.  The temperature is 77 degrees F.  Fisherman lined the rocky shore along the Venice Inlet; some seeking the thrill of the catch and some seeking a fresh fish dinner.  On the benches along the water sits an elderly couple holding hands and watching the show nature put on.  Pelicans dive-bomb fish from heights crashing head first into the saltwater.  Vacationers line the beach with their brightly colored umbrellas, beach chairs and coolers.  Many brought along their sharks tooth sifters in the hopes of finding fossil sharks teeth, which is why Venice, Florida is known as the shark's tooth capital of the world.  Looking south along the beach, one could see the multi-story beach front condominiums that spanned from the Venice Inlet to the Venice Municipal Fishing Pier.Meanwhile, at the same time, in Clark Colorado and throughout the United States, homeowners were shoveling their way through 6 feet of snowdrifts.  Outdoor activities in these below freezing climates are limited to essential travel from one indoor space to another and assorted winter sports like skiing, snowboarding and such.  Boats are winterized to protect the engines from freezing. 

Woman shoveling snow in six foot snow drifts.We all have choices to make.  What do we want for dinner?  Where do you want to live?  Should we move to Florida?  But how?  The answer is simple.  It begins with a phone call to Wayne Welsh, Broker-Associate with Gulf Shores Realty in Venice, Florida at 941-234-6070 or visit https://FloridaHomesVenice.com .  Having a professional Realtor on your side to guide you early in the process is invaluable.  Gulf Shores Realty and our family of services can provide for all your real estate needs.  

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