Re: The yellow brick road...
What are your projected expenses? Have you run Firecalc with your pension numbers (and Social Security at the appropriate time)? Its hard to say what you might consider until you do that.
For the sake of argument, and if I understand your situation, you want to retire in about 6 years and have $100k saved now. If you want to have $50k per year, including your $25k COLA'd pension, to live with the 4%safe withdrawla rate, you need to have about $750k when you retire (assuming 3% per year inflation between now and then). Assuming an 8% rate of return (which you should be able to get with the appropriate selection of balanced mutual funds), your current savings should grow to $158k by that time. You'll need to add $592k in 6 years, which means you need to save about $81k per year between now and then.
You don't say if you will free up any home equity when you move. That will certainly affect the outcome.
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