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Old 04-15-2013, 08:47 PM   #1
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I feel very fortunate to have traveled a bit in my adult life. Not as much as some and never left this continent. Been to Keys x 4, Carribean x 4, all over MI, Niagara falls x 4, Indiana, Ohio, San Fran, Nashville, DC, and smokey Mts. BUT (isn't there always one), there are still a few places I am dying to get to. They are my top three wish list: What are yours?

Mine:
1. Convertible sports car tour of Italy (I get to drive, LOL)
2. Hudson Bay Canada when the Polar Bears Migrate there just before the ice freezes over. Aurora Borealis is there too!
3. A good thorough and close-up trip in the Rocky Mountains and/or Titans.

Dreaming in Michigan.
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Old 04-15-2013, 08:54 PM   #2
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I've hiked across a glacier way way up in Canada, I've touched a piece of the Titantic. But I've never been to Hawaii. Someday.....
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Old 04-15-2013, 09:07 PM   #3
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wow ~ great thread (thanks, I needed that)

1 - The Northwest
2 - Alaska
3 - Hawaii
4 - The Northeast
5 - Outer Banks
6 - The Keys
7 - Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Ireland, Scotland....
8 - New Zealand

oh, and the container store......LOL, may actually get there soon
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Old 04-15-2013, 09:13 PM   #4
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Good health for a number of years. An RV trip to the rock AKA Newfoundland, one trip along the East coast to Florida, across to California up the West Coast to B.C. One more trip to Alaska, and then a few years of snowbirding. Been to Hawaii x2, haven't touched a piece of the Titanic.
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We used to travel by motorcycle and camped along the way..........couldn't even spell RV back then

A beauty trip was following the East Coast from Maine to Florida...........try and visit every lighthouse along the way. They each have their own story, all have their own unique lighting and paint scheme too.

This was our target..........how far you get all depends on how much time you have and how inquisitive you are.
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Old 04-15-2013, 09:30 PM   #6
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I spent 3 weeks backpacking around Europe when I graduated college. my friends and I went to Paris France (saw the Eiffel Tower and the louvre amongst other things) Rome (toured the vatican, ruins, Trevi fountain and lots more), Florence (saw statue of david), and Venice (gondola ride and lots of tours) in Italy, Interlocken Switzerland (went white water rafting and canyoning) Vienna and Salzburg in Austria (got to see the Spanish Lipizzaners perform and of course castle tours, also got to see the house my mom lived in when my grandfather was stationed in Salzburg), Munich Germany (bike tour, Hofbrau House, and journeyed to castle neuschwanstein), and finally London (tours, the castle, saw phantom of the opera there). this was truly the trip of a lifetime.

I have lived in 9 different states and visited many more, been to Jamaica and punta Cana. I have been blessed in my travels. I still want to take a big camping trip out west to see all the national parks. I want to go to Hawaii and Alaska. I love the mountains, DH loves the beach. we are planning trips for both with limited time off. So many things in the US that I still want to see that overseas trips just don't rank high for me. That said, I would love to see Australia, New Zealand and of course who wouldn't want to go to Tahiti. I am hoping to full time when my daughter is grown but that is a long time away.
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There are still a few things on my bucket list but the main one is an African Safari.
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Old 04-15-2013, 09:38 PM   #8
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How awesome you bumbed around Europe after College. That is my one regret in life....that, or not becoming a beach bumb for awhile. So much pressure to get to work after college and grow up too fast. I'm still tempted. I think I'll have to wait until retirement now. Second chance at being a Europe or beach bumb.
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I would be all in for Alaska and Canada Touring on "YES I KNOW" snowmobiles!
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Old 04-15-2013, 09:41 PM   #10
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There are still a few things on my bucket list but the main one is an African Safari.
That is up there too! To see giraffes, elephants, lions, tigers etc. in the wild and not just at the zoo would be awe inspiring. I gather the opportunities are shrinking from development and over hunting which is sad.
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