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    Junior Member Pappy's Avatar
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    Congratulations! Welcome to the wonderful world of retirement.

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    Senior Member ChrisB's Avatar
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    Yay for you PB. (And just in time to take over the running of this fine and classy website!)

    May your 401k be bountiful and health good. The world awaits!

    Best of all, no more weekend hiking
    Don't let your mind write a check your body canít cash

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    Senior Member Mohamed Ellozy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisB View Post
    Best of all, no more weekend hiking
    For me that was the biggest bonus of retirement.

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    Pulled the pin at 63 (in 2021). Best decision I ever made. May you enjoy it immensely.

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    Thanks for all the well wishes

    I may start leading hikes again so may do some weekends. Just got to see how my new hardware in the ankle likes cold weather. I definitely seem to be able to feel changes in barometric pressure. Finding folks in the north country to hike in winter in general is tough and weekdays is tougher. The biggest hassle is finding good hike that have parking. I usually break a trail through my land in Randolph up to Lookout Ledge in Randolph. Its got some real nice views into Kings Ravine in the winter, much better than the actual Ledges trail.

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