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RE: Maybe when I get a little older

This coming October of 2023, my wife and I will have been fully retired for 24 years. I loved what I did working and made plenty of money doing it owning my own mechanical engineering operation. However, sold it and retired. I not really sure why I waited so long to retire but no grass has grown under our feet and we have been constantly busy with a large family, volunteering, Rv'ing much, Boating, and other types of travel and recreation. Have had lots of medical issues mainly for my wife. However, where there's a will, there's a way and she will not quit or give up even though handicapped nor will I quit doing the things we like either. Some people just talk about doing things but we actually do them yet albeit some to most things a little slower now, but we still do, go, and enjoy even though we are both in our 80's. We are not dead yet!
travelnutz 04/09/23 07:45pm Around the Campfire
RE: 2023 camping season

We are still going as you can't after you are dead!
travelnutz 01/21/23 01:42pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Health rant

My wife and I are both over 80 years old and are quite healthy despite our age and both having been retired for over 23 years now. Wife has had 19 operations so far (11 of them were very serious operations) (3 were fusions etc and has 14 screws in her and 2 hat shaped brackets and 2 plates) and with long recoveries and rehabs required. She is disabled but not wheelchair bound since 1999 and says she doesn't want any more operations. Who would? I sure cannot blame her when she says she will just continue living with pain and doing all she can daily and enjoying it. I am a cancer survivor of 13+ years now but that certainly won't stop me, it's just my age is what slows me down a little bit. We are very picky about our eating and only eat very protein rich sensible lower calorie foods with a low sugar content and we always cut off or squeeze out all visible fats. My wife has already lost 46 pounds so far and I am so proud of her diligence, and I have lost 22 pounds both since mid-July last year. Just 10 more pounds to lose for each of us is the target. We sure do not miss the extra weight at all and feel so much better. Like old kids in a candy store!!! We avoid all processed foods or with chemical content as much as practical and/or possible and that sure helps. Doesn't help that both of us just love to cook but we are doing it more wisely now!
travelnutz 01/16/23 01:32pm Around the Campfire
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