Since its original publication in 1990, this handy paperback has been the standard reference for those interested in retiring in New Mexico. Now in its fourth edition, the new version includes updated census data, cost-of-living statistics, and information about thirty communities statewide. It provides a detailed look at recreational, educational, and cultural opportunities, as well as climate, altitude, housing, health care, and shopping. This edition features new Web site addresses to further assist retirees.
Baby boomers now actively planning retirement will find Retirement New Mexico an indispensable guide to the Land of Enchantment. Full of fascinating facts about various locales, it is equally useful to those just visiting the state.
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About the Author
James Burbank teaches in the University of New Mexico English department's professional writing program. He is the author of Vanishing Lobo: The Mexican Wolf and the Southwest and is executive editor of Voices from the American Land, a series of books by distinguished poets.