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After reading the previous reviews I knew I needed to give mine. I am a 68 year old semi retired active man who just moved to Spring Hill from Green Bay Wisconsin. I moved here because of the climate #1.I wanted to be in a warmer tropical climate.Yes it does get hot and humid here but it is close to the Gulf and we get the breeze from it. And you learn to adjust your lifestyle to deal with the hot weather.And the mornings and evenings are wonderful.Where I bought my house it is a very nice neighborhood where my neighbors look out for each other. And I would say I got a very good deal in this current “seller’s market”. My house has a screened in ground pool which I love. I am not rich and pretty much would say I am lower middle class. Blue collar!My location is almost perfect. I do not drive far at all to do my shopping. The neighborhood is largely single family homes with no duplex’s or apartment buildings in this relatively large area. Coming from the Midwest one thing I see is that food prices are a bit higher here most likely because of transportation costs. But am looking forward to the farmers markets for fresh fruits and veggies.When I did my research I knew the school system here was about middle of the road. I would recommend sending to private school or home schooling. I would also advise getting your children involved in healthy social groups whether in school, church or the community. Drugs and kids without involved parents go hand in hand across America folks! Your kids need you in their lives! It is the fellow kids your kids hang with that influences getting involved in crime.I am a former school Head Custodian and also a parent. Do not allow your child to have bad friends!On the spiritual side this is Baptist country folks!There are choices though. I prefer non-denominational evangelical fellow believers in Christ where they are active in outreach in the community.You will find if you look.Unless you prefer being a couch potatoe there is plenty to do. With the climate there is no reason not to get outside and be active. Golf, fishing, bicycling, walking, sporting events, bowling, movie theater’s, water sports, volleyball, baseball, tennis are to name just a few. It is up to you to check out what the community has to offer. To get involved use the internet and reach out.Jobs are every where. Just depends on what your interests are of course. Like any where else the highest paying jobs belong to those who are in management or in a position in a trade or having worked there the longest. I would recommend working in a trade as demand is always high and income accordingly.There seems to be a good mixture in Spring Hill of age groups. I do see many young families as well as single adults. Being Florida the elderly make up a greater number here without question. But that also means a continual change in home ownership as they die or move into nursing homes too.Entertainment?Weeki Wachee is here! Very famous water show. Disney World, Busch Gardens, Sea World, Universal Studios and countless others to go see, do and spend your money! I was approached the other day by a stranger who noticed my Wisconsin license plate. He was from “back home” and as we talked he told me a little of the night life in town. There are bars/taverns where you can do karaoke, dance, socialize. And not every one is a drinker as water has become a healthy choice even in a bar!As a home owner there are the usual Home Depot and Lowe’s as well as hardware stores to shop in. Also Rural King for home supply shopping. Another thing I have found here is the city recycling center. You can take your yard waste, unneeded waste oil, chemicals, old paint cans, glass, plastics to get rid of for free as long as you live there. This is in addition to the frequent pickups at your driveway.I have found this to be a friendly city with people who will give you good advice and help. In dealing with people it is important to always treat others as you would want to be treated. Respect, courtesy go a long way in living in a community.Just do not behave like an ass!
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