I can manage during the winters in Cocoa without any form of indoor heat

When the weather gets warmer again we’ll start spending weekends at Cocoa Beach if we can find a parking spot and an open space on the sand near the water

When my girlfriend asked if I would consider moving with her if she found a good job in another state, my mind was confused at first. I hadn’t thought about it before and had no idea what state she had in mind. There were certainly places I didn’t like to begin with, but my intense love for her pushed me to respond with a “yes” without much hesitation. To my surprise and elation, she was planning on moving to Cocoa, Florida. This city is unique in its location, being just a few miles away from both the Kennedy and Cape Canaveral space stations. The famous Cocoa Beach is a few miles farther down the same highway that takes you to Cape Canaveral. There are numerous marshes, canals, rivers, and lakes to explore with kayaks as well. I love Lake Poinsett and the St. John’s river which empties into it. Off Merritt Island there is the Banana River Aquatic Preserve and the Ulumay Wildlife Sanctuary. I spent my first year in Cocoa simply exploring and discovering the city. When it finally came time for the first winter season here, I expected that we would use our central furnace on and off whenever temperatures dropped below 50 degrees at night. Fortunately we didn’t even need the central furnace, or any space heaters, for the duration of the first winter in Cocoa. It never got colder than 65 degrees in our house at night so we didn’t see any reason to waste electricity on running the furnace. When the weather gets warmer again we’ll start spending weekends at Cocoa Beach if we can find a parking spot and an open space on the sand near the water. All in all, we feel lucky that we love our new city so much.

 

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