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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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I want to go to a UFC ticket fight in my city (Las Vegas). The hard part is I could never afford seats close enough to see the fighters. 

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I would love to take a trip to Best Friends Animal Society in Kanab Utah.  I've been donating to this no-kill shelter for several years and I would really love to visit there... and probably bring home a new furry friend!

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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I've been fortunate to stay in all U.S. states including Hawaii and Alaska but I missed staying in Rhode Island and Delaware strangly enough. Looks like a trip east is in my future.   

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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One item on my bucket list:  Don't make a bucket list.  I've been a lot of places and I plan to visit a lot more, but there is nothing that I consider a "must see."

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If youm come to SD to see the Corn Place you should also go through the Black Hills. There is Mt. Rushmore , Custer State Park ( where you see buffalos roaming around) & so many more things to see.

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Now that I have turned 62, I immediately obtained my National Park Lifetime Senior Pass for $10.00.  This is a great deal as it allows me & 3 other car passengers into a National Park for free using my pass.  Otherwise it can be anywhere from $5 to $50 for admission per person depending on the park & time of year.  In addition, it helps to provide a further discount on the hotel/cabins and other activities within the national park.

 

For my travel bucket list, I plan to spend my retirement visiting all of the National Parks using my new Lifetime Senior Pass.  It should be amazing to see all of the different national parks in their splendor.  I am looking forward to the many hikes to see all of wonders within these national parks. 

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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We enjoy long drives and own a German Shepherd who is a part of our family. We will take longer road trips visiting friends throughout the Southeast. The East, Florida and Gulf coasts come to mind. 

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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Wow, must be nice!

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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When my wife retires in two years we are planning on a river cruise through the French wine country followed by a stop off in Amsterdam to visit an old neighborhood friend.  We have been talking about that cruise for years.

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Re: Do you have a travel bucket list?

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I live most of the year in Costa Rica and have been to Italy, India, Peru, So. Africa (with Cambodia/Thailand/VietNam coming up this fall). So my next bucket list is for U.S. sites: 

NYC-tower and memorial; Wyland walls from NY to Maine; Yellowstone; Idaho; San Antonio; Sedona; Corn Palace, SD; Yosemite; New Orleans; Portland, OR; St. Louis