Under 8 months to FULL retirement. At least, that's the plan

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Hello... I just found this site. Looks like the right place for me. I fish and camp from my 14' Lowe V-hull. Pictures coming soon.
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Looking forward to pics. I have about 30 years give or take until retirement.

I'll have to squeeze it in between work and sleep.

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:WELCOME:

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:WELCOME: 21 months until I can, but will most likely stay another 5yrs or at least like you said thats the plan? :beer:
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Welcome. I was hoping to retire in 20 months but when it gets right down to it, it's probably going to be closer to 6 more years or never. :(

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If it makes you feller's feel any better....

I've got 7yrs in and 32 to go. :wink:
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OK, as long as we're counting down; 7 months, 24 days left.
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Welcome ,next year will be 10y retired.I hope everyone gets there chance !I just do not know how I had time to work!!!cva34

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Post by Hanr3 »

DMGO wrote:Hello... I just found this site. Looks like the right place for me. I fish and camp from my 14' Lowe V-hull. Pictures coming soon.
Welcome.
I too fish and camp from my 14' boat. Although mine is a Alumacraft V hull. Looking forward to the pics.

I have under 18 years until full retirement. :mrgreen:
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On my sixth year of retirement but if I had researched sooner, I could have been on my eighth year! When I found out that i could be comfortable (age 58) I gave my work five days notice!
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cva34 wrote:Welcome ,next year will be 10y retired.I hope everyone gets there chance !I just do not know how I had time to work!!!cva34
^^^^THIS^^^^
Same here, but much better than having to go to work! I'm still wondering how I have all the time to do things, but "THE TO DO LISTS" just keep getting longer!

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Post by frenchythefisherman »

I'm retired and loving it, going on one year. Don't delay a good thing like this. :beer: that's rootbeer for me :lol:

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Post by dieselfixer »

I have been retired for 2 1/2 years and love it. Fishing is my main occupation now. :D

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Post by tripwire »

If you don't have to put off retirement, don't ! Like some other posters I don't know how I found time to work. If I lasted for 100 years more I could not get all I want to do done.

I wish I had retired fifty years earlier. When I retired I learned that it was the only occupation I was suited for.

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Here's an update as of today: I have this part-time gig (8-12 hours a week) that pays really well. The work is easy, BUT, I still have to show up 2 or 3 days a week for it. I have a federal pension from doing 32 years with the government. The spouse and I BOTH collect Social Security. So, What to do? I LIKE having a pocket full of cash to buy anything I want...If I stop working altogether, the pocket cash will be down a LOT, but then all time is my own. Really don't know what to do...
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