I don't have much planned at present. I've been in fulltime employment since March 1961, and continuously with my current employer since August 1966, so initially, I'm just looking forward to chilling out. That said, there will be some disruption as we're having a conservatory constructed.
I have plenty of hobbies to keep me busy (photography, video, audio, cycling and the like - I'm currently turning some 40 plus years of slides into DVD programs, editing and burning to DVD 12 years worth of video footage, editing, cleaning up and burning to CD a lifetimes worth of LPs), so I'll still be sitting in front of a computer screen for a while yet. But as they say - a change is as good as a rest - and I'll try to limit this so as to leave time for more active pursuits.
My wife and I go ballroom dancing which is a good form of both mental and physical exercise. We'll probably increase the frequency.
We'll also make more trips to Bavaria where my wife's mother lives. I like this area, but I musn't overlook our own areas of Scotland, Wales and the West Country.
Like many other retired people I know I've got more than enough to keep me occupied, so there's no danger of me getting bored and vegitating, although a few hours with a good book in the new conservatory sounds inviting.
Regards to all