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I'm interested in low-cost retirement activities also. In fact, I'd like to hear some more examples.

For me, the first ones that come to mind are: reading, learning a foreign language, learning a musical instrument, hiking & walking (& maybe camping), birding, exercising, taking day trips to explore the local area -- but what else are good low-cost retirement activities?

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