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Just starting a list.  What's on yours?
  • Get my lower back fixed.
  • Get my wife's knee replacement done and healed.
  • Drive around the USA and see more of this country, including Zion Valley in Utah.






Jun 30, 2012 - 05:22 pm
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I just want to see my kids grown and living their lives. then I can worry about my list. right now all I care about is catching up on laundry

Jun 30, 2012 - 05:43 pm
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to sell this house & move back to Kentucy as soon as possible.

Jun 30, 2012 - 07:28 pm
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Being the kind of mother that makes my children thankful. That's all. I've done a whoooooole lot in my life already :-)

Jun 30, 2012 - 07:56 pm
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Take my boys to Europe for a summer.  Want to take them to all the cool places dh and I have been too.

I want to get skinny.  It may take death for this to occur, esp since I have been stricken with Bottlecapitus.  

I just don't have a huge list.  We have traveled so much, that I can honestly say, I love being home.  But I do feel super cool when my boys look over my old photo albums and are like, wow, you went there!  

I would love to find the gene that makes hair gray and kill the bast*$%.  

@Retired_Engineer, dh and I took many trips driving across the US.  I just love it so much better than plane travel.  I love to go to the hokey places and see the worlds biggest ball of yarn, etc.   The US is the most amazing place, and we are all so lucky to have so many wonderful places here to go and see.

Jun 30, 2012 - 09:03 pm
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I have many things on my bucket list...one of which is to go to Alaska and New Zealand. 

Jun 30, 2012 - 10:19 pm
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To go to Germany/Austria and visit where my grandma lived. Visit the concentration camp my great uncle was burned in.
Drive a Ferrari (about to make that one come true next month!!!!)

Jun 30, 2012 - 10:23 pm
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@mpjp0907:  I have lived in Germany, and been to Austria.....some of the MOST beautiful countryside there.    And, if the concentration camp is a definite must see/do if you ever get to go there.....it is very surreal.

I'll go with you!!!!   I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to go back there......(start saving your money, and I will too.....YAY!!!) - not a road trip, but PLANE TRIP! 

Jun 30, 2012 - 10:31 pm
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Hike Grand Canyon
Visit Colorado again
Visit Idaho
Visit Niagara Falls again- we went there for our honeymoon 32 years ago
See a mountain stage of the Tour de France
Bike from Key Largo to Key West (106 miles one way) and back
Visit my birthplace again -
See Paris and Germany
Visit Australia


Get my house totally remodeled and DONE!!!!! I have never lived in a house that was totally done unless it was getting ready for sale!

Jun 30, 2012 - 11:46 pm
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@pharlap we need to hang out when I get home. Deal? Lol

Jul 1, 2012 - 12:20 am
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Watch my daughter grow up, graduate college, get married, maybe have a grandchild... just live a life that makes her happy. Same for my teenage sister in law.

Visit the louvre & eiffel tower in Paris.

Take a gondola ride in Venice, Italy.

Skydive.

Ride in a helicopter.

Own a pink ar-15.


I'm sure there will be more.



Jul 1, 2012 - 01:14 am
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Retire with enough to travel - seen most of US, so Europe would be great. Make more modifications to my jeep so I can resume off-roading and camping hobby. Pink AR-15? I can hook you up on that Heathur.

Jul 1, 2012 - 08:55 am
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Ride the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route on my mountain bike, unsupported from the Canadian border to the Mexican border in Antelope Wells, New Mexico.

Jul 1, 2012 - 10:02 am
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 travel to see all the great historical sites that America has, ride in a Mardi Gras parade down the uptown New Orleans route and most importantly meet a good woman to which I could share the same dreams/likes/goals in life and marry her/live happily ever after!
 

 

Jul 1, 2012 - 10:09 am
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Oh it would be great to be a crew member.  But man does it take big money.  Esp for the bigger crews, like Endymion.  The Balls, the dinners, the fund raising, then they have to buy their own throws.  One of my dh's best friends is a crew member of Endymion.  Fun, but you pay for that fun.  He was trying to get dh on the crew when we were transferred to VA.  I was glad, dh was in a duck lease, and that was already a good bit of money going out.

Jul 1, 2012 - 12:22 pm
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Oh it would be great to be a crew member.  But man does it take big money.  Esp for the bigger crews, like Endymion.  The Balls, the dinners, the fund raising, then they have to buy their own throws.  One of my dh's best friends is a crew member of Endymion.  Fun, but you pay for that fun.  He was trying to get dh on the crew when we were transferred to VA.  I was glad, dh was in a duck lease, and that was already a good bit of money going out.


@Fallon: When I rode in the Krewe of Centurions back in 1994-96, I would drop between two to three thousand a year between dues, balls ( coronation--October & celebration--January) and THROWS ( my biggest expense)  for the parade. This did not count the fact that I worked bingo twice a week to help raise money for the parade itself ( at least we recieved credits that we could use towards Krewe items....shirts, throws, etc...) .Yes the larger krewes are much more expensive and I know folks who put their beads/throws in lay-a-way and pay them out over the course of the year. I was once told by some of the ladies/ krewe members from Cleopatra that they view Mardi Gras as an adult version of Christmas and they were the santa claus on the float giving out the "gifts" and yes it is fun!



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