I'll be 73 in about 4 days, pardon me if I seem a bit less than sympathetic.
You're not dead until you're dead.
Congratulations on reaching Version 7.3. Someone also said, "You don't stop doing things because you grow old, you grow old because you stop doing things."
Last March I (73 last February) and my bride (66 last February) saddled up on our respective bikes and enjoyed a 2300 mile adventure from San Antonio to Tucson, Tombstone, and Bisbee, Arizona, and return just to see what there was to see. And as it happens, there was a lot of great stuff to see - Pima Air and Space Museum, Old Tucson, Sonora Desert Museum, and Biosphere II.
Tombstone is a bit funky but the reenactment of the "Gunfight in the Empty Lot Behind the OK Corral" is entertaining although the viewing stands are usually crowded. The amusing part is, between shows, the actors stroll around town and perform impromptu showdowns.
And if you ever find yourself in the quaint and fascinating Old West copper mining town of Bisbee, consider staying at the Shady Dell Vintage Trailer Court rather than one of the "where in blazes can I park" hotels in the town center. The trailer court is like stepping back into the 1950s, and motorcycles can park right in front of the vintage trailers, Tiki bus or 35 foot cabin cruiser that serve as motel accommodations! We thoroughly enjoyed staying there.
Sorry, too many words once again. Seems I just can't write a short post. Oh well.