Speaking of retirement, I sometimes get the idea my idea of retirement is different from DH's.
Mine: doing various crafts, traveling, spending time with our kids when they can visit and grandchildren, if any, and probably doing church stuff here and there. Not having to clean my house every single day. Having less dishes to do of a daily basis, cleaning the house and having it stay clean. (unless aforementioned possible grandkids visit, of course)
His: Buying a bunch of land and doing the farming thing with a bunch of animals. Yeah, we'll see how much he feels like actually doing that in about 30 years or more. Sure I don't mind getting up in the morning, but I also like being able to sip my coffee slowly, perhaps read a bit, slowly wake up, and the thought of hauling what will be my wrinkled white tuckas out at the crassack of dawn in January doesn't appeal to me.
It would be one thing if we've been doing that all our lives, but starting such a venture when we're retired sounds like a poor idea.