I don't know if this article is genealogy-related or not, but I found it to be very interesting.
Jim Webber has decided to retire. He has been a gardener for as long as anyone remembers. Mr. Webber carried out hedging, mowed lawns, and did other gardening jobs for residents of Stoke Abbott, Dorset, England, as well as mowing the lawn of the local pub, the New Inn. This year he finally decided to stop mowing lawns and doing the hedging. Arthritis is forcing him to slow down a bit. You see, Jim Webber is 104 years old.
He has gardened for 93 years, all without a vacation. He said, "I've never fancied a holiday, never fancied one. I'd rather stay and knock about at home or whatever than go on holiday."
He credits his longevity to having "plenty to do and being interested in it" - as well as a bit of his "medicine," whiskey. He does plan to continue working in his own garden and selling produce to continue generating some income.
You can read more about the remarkable Jim Webber at http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/dorset/6567365.stm