Of all the things I have, I love my boat probably the most with the exception of my wife. That was a close one! Boats can be incredibly useful and convenient to get out and explore more of the world you’ve never seen before. Just last summer I had attached my boat to the back of my truck and drove to the beach where I let my boat off. I got into the boat and navigated to a nearby island about 30 miles off the coast.
If it wasn’t for the boat, I wouldn’t have made it to the Island which proves my point of how my boat made this trip possible. Unfortunately, I had to leave the Island due to an appointment with Karl Jobst DDS in the next few hours. I got back into my trusty boat and sailed away.
So you’ve spent the last twenty years in a career that has been fulfilling and gratifying in every way that you’d desired. Now you’re on to the next step in life. Retirement.
Jared Londry suggests that when you’re searching for a retirement home, you consider the surrounding areas and what it may offer in terms of leisurely activities.
Consider a current resident off of a beautiful lake in a two story house with a lovely dock. He wakes up every morning, grabs his coffee and takes a stroll to his deck. On this particular morning he will spend the hours between 8am and 1pm fishing in a small boat the constructed himself.
This is the ideal day foe this gentleman. Maybe fishing is your hobby, maybe sailing is. Whatever the case may be, consider where YOU want to be when it comes time to make retirement plans.