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Sunday, July 4, 2010

A Mobile Retirement with Style

While not the plan for our family, another option that some military retirees choose is full-time life on the road in large motorized recreational vehicles. One such couple is Larry and Connie Farquhar who publish U.S. Military Campgrounds series of travel guides for military members and retirees. They've also outlined their personal story on their web site, http://www.happy-wanderers.com/. Their story is unique, and the web site is very informative because they share their budgets from 2005-2009, giving us real insight into the costs associated with this lifestyle. In short, it's very inexpensive.


10 comments:

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李李淑博淑林嘉宏真 said...

如果成為一支火柴,也要點亮一個短暫的宇宙;如果是一隻烏鴉,也要叫疼閉塞的耳膜。.................................................................

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郁如郁如 said...

人生中最好的禮物就是屬於自己的一部份............................................................

冠宇 said...

世間唯一永恆的,就是改變..................................................

惠桂惠桂 said...

拒絕冒險和成長的人,終將被生命的潮流陶汰。..................................................

承蘋承蘋 said...

享受你自己的生活,不要與他人相比。............................................................

Tom said...

This is one of my plans before I stay in one of the Charlotte retirement homes in North Carolina. I want to invest good and useful assets like vehicles. My son's helping me sort out options, as I'm still trying to decide whether to rent or buy a house. A retiree like me who had architecture as a career would love to stay in a place with good house designs and structures.