I'm Greg and my wife is Pam and are retired and living on O'ahu, Hawai'i, she from IT and I from commuter rail. We spend our days in retirement doing pretty much what ever we want. We play ukulele with a group of tremendously talented and gracious people at the fourth lagoon in Ko Olina, west side O'ahu every morning, Monday through Friday. We also travel a bit. Our goal is to visit as many states as we can and as many national parks as we can. I'm working on my photography again now that I have more time.
The photo equipment I've been using on this trip are the Pentax K-3 with a 16-45 f/4 zoom; my Sony RX100 Mk3 compact camera (I love the Sony because of the size and the image quality) and an Olympus Stylus XZ-2 compact camera (this is an older camera with a 12 megapixel sensor but it still holds up well).
I've since sold the Olympus XZ-2 (I probably will regret it). I've really stopped using the Pentax K-3 and am now using Fuji cameras and lenses. The cameras are well designed and well built. The X-Pro that I'm using feels so much like the old rangefinder camera bodies from the past. The lenses, though, are superb. The Sony Mk3 still gets used all the time. I use this for shooting HDRs.