I'm 71. We stopped full-timing in our Class A last year. Bought a house in Florida. However, we still have the rig so we can get our of Florida in the summers.I turned 70 late last year. Is it time to turn in my Class A keys? I still have all my faculties. Just curious.
Hey, Texas is big. We spent a lot of years there; AF basic training, tech schools at Shepherd AFB and 6 years at Lackland AFB. But there’s a great big country out there to explore bWow, thanks for all the replies. You guys/gals are great motivators. Most of my future travels will be in Texas, hope to meet up with you great forum families in the future.
Let me tell you, last month in Quartzsite there was a nice Ultra Classic sitting out in the desert with a For Sale sign and a nice price. The only thing that kept me from pulling the trigger was the towing limitations of my coach. Didn't want to choose between the bike and the Jeep. Also don't want to buy a house just to store my toys. We sold 3 Harleys when we went full time, and now that my wife is gone, I really miss my old Shovel.Sooo,, are you buying the motorcycles with all that money your getting from the guvment.>>>D
I turned 70 late last year. Is it time to turn in my Class A keys? I still have all my faculties. Just curious.
True enough -- I had a great uncle and a grandmother that weren't old until their mid-90s, and a dad who wasn't physically old until about 88 (he'd had dementia for a few years by then).My mother was old by 65. My FIL wasn’t old until his late 80s. Age doesn’t have much to do with this whole thing.