In the eight years since Sally signed off the air, she has traveled the world, but she says she's most at home on her 18th-century farm in New York state. She spends her time with her husband, Karl, and her chickens, cats and horses.
At first, Sally says she loved the feeling of being off camera. "It was two weeks—great, I don't have to get up. And then it was seven years—why doesn't anybody call me?" she says. "So I'm doing a show now about a talk show host who is asked to leave the air and what happens to her after that."