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Old 09-19-2013, 10:34 AM
 
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I am retiring in a little less than a year. I am looking in the Fort Myers area. My question is where are the good areas and that bad ones. Not knowing the areas it hard to know which ones are the nice ones And does anyone know if there are snakes in Fort Myers I mean an over abundance of them. I have 3 mini dash hounds and I need to know to keep them safe. Im paranold sorry.
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Old 09-19-2013, 10:40 AM
 
Location: Cape Coral, FL
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I am retiring in a little less than a year. I am looking in the Fort Myers area. My question is where are the good areas and that bad ones. Not knowing the areas it hard to know which ones are the nice ones And does anyone know if there are snakes in Fort Myers I mean an over abundance of them. I have 3 mini dash hounds and I need to know to keep them safe. Im paranold sorry.
SharonK
Sharon, I think you will find a lot of information by just perusing through all the posts. We discuss this topic a lot....
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Old 09-19-2013, 10:43 AM
 
Location: The Conterminous United States
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We've tried to give rule-of-thumb directions before but it is very difficult to do since Fort Myers can be spotty, with some areas being wonderful and a few streets over, not good at all. Use Google Street View and you can virtually travel around the streets and you'll get a general idea, although sometimes looks can be deceiving in Florida. If you are not paying bargain-basement money, of course, you will probably be fine. If you are on a budget, it is better to get your boots on the ground and eyeball all prospects. Or put up a name of a community or a street and the good folks of City Data can give their opinions.

Of course there are snakes in Florida. It's...Florida. The Everglades aren't that far from Lee County but even still, there are just a lot of snakes. Are the streets teaming with them? Well, of course not. You probably won't see anymore snakes than where you come from, although I don't know where that is. Maybe less. But the kinds of snakes may be very different than what you are used to.
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