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Old 05-16-2010, 04:48 PM   #15
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Since we are only semi-retired, we call them road trips. As farmers, we never ever took vacations. They were always road trips that might involve seeing relatives in Washington state. Otherwise, we drove through many implement dealerships and some side trips to observe farming in another area. Just haven't gotten around to calling travel anything but a road trip. kkd
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Old 05-16-2010, 09:20 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by SKP Kirk View Post
Look at it this way. For many years the company paid you for what you did for them when at work. Over all of those years there was always a boss who would sneak around in an effort to catch you not working and if he did so they would dock your pay for the time that you were not working, if it happened too often!

Now you are retired and the situation has changed. That company is paying you to not work!
There is now a new boss out there, still sneaking about to keep an eye on you. And if he should happen to catch you working, they just might dock your pay for doing that too often!
Yeah, but the nice thing about it, is that my "new" boss doesn't sneak around too much. She's either reading, napping, or watching some "chick show" on the TV! She's pretty easy to work for!!!
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