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Treeman
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We are planning our 3rd PMV this year and I am thinking of mixing things up a bit. We have come down in late Mar and early Apr the past 2 years avoiding high time to save money on travel.

I feel that we have missed out on the hotter temps, mosquitoes and other things that make life fun. We live in Charleston, SC so we know heat and humidity.

What do you suggest for a time to visit in order for my wife to experience life's complexities?

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Alana33
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July is hot and considered low season.
August, September and October are usually the height of hurricane season and considered extremely low season. Rates are generally the lowest in September and it's the quietest, IMO as there's practically no cruise ships in port and tourism is in a lull. Beaches are empty during the week. It's rather nice.

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AandA2VI
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September is my favorite month - the water is usually crystal clear and I dive like every day in the 85' wata. Provided there are no storms of course.

I forget STT or STX?

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mtdoramike
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Three pre-move visits. When are you going to pull the trigger and move?

mike

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Treeman
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2015 was STX
2016 was STT
2017 will be STX again.

My son has 1.5 yrs left in high school. Once he gets off to college we will be able to start liquidating and downsizing.

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