Brownwood Bridge Now Open, Before The Villages was The Villages, On Top of the World Video

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The Florida Retirement Show is my new YouTube Channel where I’ll be sharing videos of my visits to various Florida retirement communities, including The Villages.

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I continue to track all the latest news and updates as it relates to coronavirus in The Villages.

You can read this week’s coronavirus updates here.

The Brownwood Bridge opened this week, moving The Villages’ connectivity plan one step further.

Brownwood Bridge opens as residents make first crossings (The Villages Daily Sun)


Here’s a cool throwback article from 1988, before The Villages was The Villages, with Gary Morse talking about their expansion plans.

PARK PLANS TO BLOSSOM INTO SUMTER ORANGE BLOSSOM GARDENS SEEKS GROWTH BEYOND LAKE (Orlando Sentinel)


At the top of this week’s issue I mentioned my new YouTube Channel, The Florida Retirement Show, where I’ll be taking you along on my tours of various retirement communities throughout the state.

This week I ventured up to On Top of the World in Ocala.

In front of all the newly sold houses they had little signs with the person’s name and where they moved from.

One thing that surprised me was how many of them moved from The Villages. I asked the sales guy I was with what the #1 reason people moved there from The Villages was and he said it was to get away from the congestion.

Here’s a 15-minute video of my visit:

If you’d like to see more I posted an hour long video for my Florida Retirement Insider members.

You can learn more about that and join here.


I hope you had a Merry Christmas and continue to bask in the afterglow of the holiday.

Until next week!

– Ryan

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