Sunday, April 2, 2017

What to Do, Continued

Den and I were at church today, and heard a visiting priest talk about a charity effort that supplied low-cost, solar-powered computers to poorer countries. Den was so motivated, that he approached the priest after the mass to see if he could volunteer. He was not sure, but suggested that we contact the sponsoring organization.

It made us think. One of the possible choices we have is to start our retirement, not with a luxurious cruise, but with an extended volunteer experience (probably NOT Haiti, at least in late summer/early fall - the hurricane season will be in full gear by then). It would be great to have an opportunity to pass on our science/computer/ham radio experiences to another generation.

What about YOU? Are there life opportunities that you might, in retirement, be able to pursue for the first time?

In the comments, tell me about them.

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