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Old 08-09-2017, 09:55 AM   #41
cpt_majestic
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Waiting until you are 65 to "have fun".....don't wait if you don't have to. While I was working and in my 50's I watched many folks wait for 65 to retire and do what they had dreamed of only to fall ill or just die. We bailed out at 55 and haven't looked back.....and have had a ton of fun and made a million memories. I highly recommend it if you can.
This is something I've seen a lot of with co-workers, work, work, work, retire, fall ill and pass away, it's so disheartening. I'm still in the early preparation stages to leave at 55, hopefully.

The plan as of now is to perhaps rent our home, for the last few years of the mortgage anyway, we'll make some monthly money while not losing access to our house. that way we will have an out in the event we get sick of living in a 35 foot can, I don't think we will, but never say never. We will be camp hosting etc. to keep busy, meet people and make a few pennies.

So much great information in these threads
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