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Subject: Re: cars and retirement Date: 8/1/2012 9:56 PM
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The RV would seem a better target for cutting than the Prius.

heh. I think I'd sooner sell the house than the RV! Also not "cutting" the Prius, just considering not replacing it when it dies. But I get your point.

As for errands/friends/appointments...I just don't think we need to go different places at precisely the same time very often. Especially now that my BFF moved away, I just don't spend half the day at someone else's house any more...and if I did, my husband is happy to stay home to read, work on hobbies or putter around the house. We don't collide appointments either...the hubster tends to make appointments first thing in the morning, while I tend to make them late morning or early afternoon. Not to mention being off RVing towing one car half the year, leaving a second car just sitting at home. I guess we'll just have to see.
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