I actually tried to retire a few years ago but my employer asked to come back, so I did some contract consulting and then they wanted me fulltime again. In that brief time I did really get used to waking when I wanted and doing things at my own pace. It's hard getting anything done these days so your right, there just isn't enough time for a dang job any more. About 2 weeks to go!!!
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Congrats and what a nice looking rig. I retired seven months ago and my wife, wisely, put a trip together three days after the retirement party. We were gone for a month and it really helped me ease into retirement. Loving every minute of it and hope you do too.
Dave and Holly
2011 Winnebago Sightseer 33c with a 2011 Honda CRV behind.