Hi from Idaho. DW and I hope to RE next year. That's her relaxing on the beach in our profile pic. We hope to travel and do some snowbirding in our 5er when the time comes. DW retired hypnotherapist. I hope to retire at 58, after 30 years in Law Enforcement.
Have enjoyed reading this forum and love the ability to see what other people have to say. We are starting to plan and explore our FIRE possibilities. Think we can swing it, mostly concerned with health insurance for DW. I have VA coverage so think I will be able to count on it. Based on what I have found here I am feeling better about finding health insurance for DW under the new healthcare laws.
Really like the fact these forums are moderated and people are so friendly and respectful.
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