Watch Out Retirement! I Have Big Plans For You!
I have this amazing plan for my retirement, and I just can’t hold it in any longer. People always talk about wanting to travel, and when they do they refer to faraway places like China, Australia, France, etc. I think that all of these places would be amazing to visit, and I have visited a few countries outside of the US myself and had a great time, but I also think it’s important to know the country that I live in.
If you take a look at the United States, we really have a lot going on. You’ve got the uptight pricks in New England (yes, I am from New England, but I really do feel that way most times…everyone is in such a rush, God forbid they take a moment out of their day to say hello or hold the door for you!), the dreamers of California (LA specifically – everyone’s got big plans…), the Midwest where time stands still (no seriously – every time I visit Iowa to see my grandparents I literally feel like I’ve walked into 1996) and the south, where I don’t even think they recycle. Each state has different landmarks, traditions, and natural beauty and before I die, I want to take part in all of it!
So anyways, back to the plan: When I grow up, and eventually retire me and my (currently non-existent) husband are going to buy a Winnebago, slap a map of the US on the side of it and for one year we are going to travel the United States. The plan is to spend approximately 1 week in each state. What will we do for Hawaii and Alaska which are either not possible to drive through or would take most of the week to get to? We’ll take week-long cruises for those two! All that driving and traveling is eventually going to get tiring and we’ll need to get some quality R&R! The best part is that with each state that we go to, we can color it in on the side of our RV!
So, as I start getting older, instead of being depressed of my age, I’ll have this amazing trip of a lifetime to look forward to! If that doesn’t get ya excited, I don’t know what would! Check out my sweet future Winnebago: