After Wendy Whitcomb Marsh’s husband died at age 54, she retired and decided to leave California with her three children, two of which are autistic and the third who is physically disabled. But where to go? Wendy decided to head north to Salem, Oregon’s capital city located between Portland and Eugene. Salem has been called the most Oregon part of Oregon, with its scenic vistas and vineyards, old growth forests, crystal clear streams, and plenty of room to roam. To discover more about Wendy’s move to The Beaver State, listen to Episode 163 of Retire There with Gil & Gene.Wendy’s adult autism consulting service is Adult Autism Assessment & Services. For more information about Wendy, including descriptions of her books on adult autism, visit WendelaWhitcombMarsh.com. Her books are also available on Amazon.
E163 Retire in Salem, Oregon