Posts Tagged ‘ senior fun ’


Mar 29th, 2013 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Several temptations are lately looming up offering beguiling opportunities for seniors, and particularly for me. Back in my early teens I owned a 1948 Willys Jeepster. It was yellow, a convertible, stick shift, with all the bells and whistles that made it an enviable and enjoyable toy. For some reason, now forgotten, I surrendered it and have regretted its loss ever since.

I am now in search of its replacement, an enjoyable undertaking that has sent me looking all over the country to try to find an identical replica. They are out there and the temptation runs stronger on some days than others.

More Exotic and Adventure Travel for Senior Citizens

May 21st, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Do some “Honing” in with GORP and hone in on the craziest, most extreme, and most remote trips across the globe.  Take a look at their Top Ten Extreme Adventures.  This one: Diving with Hammerheads and Whale Sharks in the Galapagos, just doesn’t look like one my wife would take too easily.  Me either quite […]

Senior Travel on European Trains: The Eurorail

May 17th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

The best way to travel in Europe? Explore your favorite European destinations by rail with ‘Eurorail’ Passes. Popular for over 50 years, you may take as many trains as you wish with your Eurail Pass. How cool is that! Eurail Passes, also known as Euro Rail Passes, are train Passes for flexible rail travel throughout […]

For Seniors, Saturdays Seem Redundant

May 3rd, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Moments Blog

Because “every day is a holiday” to seniors, Saturdays seem redundant. They are an add on, a bonus, an extra surprise in the stocking. It is a day when absolutely anything you want to do can be done. There are typically no appointments on Saturdays. Physicians take off, other of life’s essentials, like hair appointments, etc can be delayed to a weekday. There is just no need to put one in the vise of trying to squeeze in mandatory activities. Saturday is a void, all its own, in which you can choose to be in total limbo. I have always loved Saturdays. There is a tranquility about them that is hardly experienced on any other day.

For the true retiree, nothing needs to be more important than doing exactly what one wants, in the way one wants on a Saturday. Freedom is free. No demands, no expectations, no “did you take out the trash today.” It is just a day for several cups of coffee, a relaxed breakfast, out if you choose, walking the dogs kind of day. It is a day to let your mind float in space, a day to plan to do something, but not do it if you don’t wish. It