Re: Living Aboard Link
Before reading Parks' articles, I thought that the living aboard lifestyle would consist of an early morning margarita followed by an afternoon nap, a cool dip in a deserted Bahamian bay around sunset, concluded with some in-boat loving after dinner. However, after reading Parks' articles, I now realize that the living aboard lifestyle is actually quite challenging. It is still an incredibly interesting lifestyle, but not in that rum soaked island life way.
Got retiree health care through your company? What if the company goes bankrupt? Retire and go RVing full time? RVs are not structurally sound. You'll die in a fiery crash. Retire and live overseas? What if you die? Aren't you worried about your body? No, I don't think I will be able to seeing how I am dead.