Yogi4Life saidIf I'm partnered- Boise, Idaho or Boston.
I would never have thought to hear someone gay mention Boise as a place they desire to move to permanently, but in actuality it would be a lovely city to retire in. Great restaurants, lots of places to get a great beer or a great wine and just relax, good people (and if you're retired it's just about the right size; not too big, not too small), right next to a ski resort, in a beautiful area--definitely a great place to be. Sometimes I actually miss Boise.
I don't foresee myself retiring, but if I do I would want two places. I'd probably like a place either in Portland, Seattle, or DC, and a place in tiny Stanley, Idaho. It's among my most favorite places in all the world. It's nestled in the incredible Sawtooth Mountains, with great hiking and awesome backcountry snowboarding (just have to commit to snowshoeing with a board on your back, but it's worth it), and is a very comfortable little place to be for periods of time. I just love Stanley.