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September 12, 2013 12:00 AM

The new retirement: Baby boomers seek ‘encore careers’ that help them stay productive

Chris inherited her family’s farm, but has no interest in farming. So Chris, an artist, decided to transform the rural property into studio and housing space for artists, featuring a kiln, looms, painting areas and a metalworking shop, surrounded by nature trails decorated with her partner’s original metal sculptures.

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