I am already living in Echo Ridge. So far, everything has been fine. It is mostly elderly people on walkers, not assisted living. It is just a retirement facility, so everybody is in their own apartment, but we have our meals together and all the community gets together and does activities. They have bingo, movie nights, board game nights, card games, and bridge, and they have some walking activities and exercise, and they do Bible studies. We have a salon, a chapel, a putting green, and a pool table. The food is very good. The staff is very acceptable, very pleasant, easy to get along with, and very helpful. We have a general manager who we are not too crazy about; he is hard on the staff in ways that we don’t feel are fair. But other than that, most of the staff is very nice. In an effort to get full, they seem to be taking residents who are not capable of taking care of themselves and that is going to present a problem pretty soon. I am in a studio and although it is big enough for me, the closet space is not. It has two small closets, and anybody who is downsizing needs some closet space, so that is the only thing that I can complain about. I have my own little patio, a walk-in shower, and a small kitchen area with a refrigerator. It is not the dorm-size refrigerator but the next size up, but it is not the full size either.