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    So I'm thinking about my "Bucket List" and was just wondering how many of you folks have one and what is the top item on your list.

    Mine, I want to walk along a live Volcano's edge. (Don't ask me why, I just do)

    So come on tell us, what's yours?

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    You might want to think to the guy that just fell into Mt. St. Helens about this first. I don't think they have managed to recover him yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by airplanedoc View Post
    You might want to think to the guy that just fell into Mt. St. Helens about this first. I don't think they have managed to recover him yet.
    Nah....Kinda like saying, "Go talk to the guy that just crashed his motorcycle"....life is....the bucket list....It might be the last thing I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thirdeye View Post
    So I'm thinking about my "Bucket List" and was just wondering how many of you folks have one and what is the top item on your list.

    Mine, I want to walk along a live Volcano's edge. (Don't ask me why, I just do)


    So come on tell us, what's yours?
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    Quote Originally Posted by airplanedoc View Post
    You might want to think to the guy that just fell into Mt. St. Helens about this first. I don't think they have managed to recover him yet.
    The recovered his body a few hours ago. He had fallen and slide about 1500 feet.
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    Though I accept it will never happen....

    Always wanted to go into space.
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    Golf at St. Andrews.
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    So many things are on the list...

    1) African Safari
    2) Visit Vladivostok (dont know why...just want to go there)
    3) Dive the Great Barrier Reef
    4) Visit Antarctica
    5) Skydive
    6) Dive the WWII ships at Bikini Atoll
    7) Visit the Great Wall of China
    8) See the Hindu Kush mountains and drive the Khyber Pass

    Oh...Golf St Andrews is on there too!

    Dont know which one is higher than the others....
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmysuper View Post
    Though I accept it will never happen....

    Always wanted to go into space.
    Yeah, that's mine as well.
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    Loved that movie. Alaska Michael W. Smith cruise for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by airplanedoc View Post
    You might want to think to the guy that just fell into Mt. St. Helens about this first. I don't think they have managed to recover him yet.
    They recovered him today. It is sad, seems he survived the fall, only to succumb to exposure. It took 2 days to recover him.

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    Go into space. Or at least experience free fall for an extended period of time, with out a sudden stop at the end....
    Sky dive, at least once.
    Visit the Great Barrier Reef
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    Spend days at the Mayan ruins in Tikal, Guatemala and Copan, Honduras, as well as the massive temple complex known as Angkor Wat in the Cambodian jungle.
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    Visit the historical sites of the world

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue View Post
    Loved that movie. Alaska Michael W. Smith cruise for me.
    Sue
    I guess we will be heading out July 11th? I can not let you have all of that fun without me and your two favorite little girls .

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    I would like to take a road from from Key West to Anchorage, and visit the 5 states that I have not been to. Vermont, North and South Dakota, Hawaii and Montanna.
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    Go around Australia in a camper van with my wife (once I move back there that is).

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    see the pyramids
    see big cats in the wild (but not by accident.)
    go scuba diving

    seeker, I love your avatar. Hicks was the first stand-up I ever saw live.

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    Travel across the Mongolian steppe and sleep in a yurt. But first I would need to take some horse riding lessons!
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    Skydive
    Hunt wild boar with a bowie knife
    fight in a mma match
    travel to japan to have a custom goban (go board game) made for me
    travel to japan and have a custom razor made for me
    Alaskan crab fishing
    Hand a priceless heirloom to my son to pass down
    travel to Germany and drink all their beer
    travel to Scotland and try all their scotch
    travel to amsterdam....
    propose to my wife again
    Drive the autobahn in a car I could barely pronounce at a speed I have no business traveling
    go to vegas and win big
    stay too long and lose it all
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