Which also begs the question, once you’re retired (assuming we’re talking about the traditional age 65), how many years of chasing will you have left in you? Hopefully another 10, but once you hit 70 those long drives and late hours may not be practical or safe. Could be time to revert to chase tours.This was going to be my point. My wife and I talk about retiring to a little island in the caribbean but, the point of issue is that as you get older, you need to see more doctors and just plain need more medical care. Smaller towns just can't provide that. You need to be in distance of a ambulance ride to decent medical care.