Let's see your bucket list!

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Let's see your bucket list!

by rabbit » Nov 22nd 13 1:15 am

This year was the first time I was able to check an item off my bucket list, it was a great feeling and left me wanting to do accomplish more goals! When I first made the list it seemed to be a bit of a depressing thing to do but I've found it's the complete opposite! It really gives you realistic but wonderful things to look forward to! So I'm curious, what's on YOUR bucket list? Mine is below.
  • >(Done!) Frolic in tea somewhere in Asia
    >See killer whales from the shore in Argentina or Patagonia
    >Climb all mountains in the Adirondacks
    >Hike the Metacomet/Monadnoc trail
    >Visit Plitvice Lakes in Croatia
    >See Lascaux & Chauvet caves in France
    >Learn to fly a plane
    >Visit the Wuyi-shan mountains in China
    >Climb to the Huashan teahouse in China
    >Train and run a serious marathon
    >Live in at least 1 country other than the USA
    >Live with less than 200 things (fully become a minimalist)
    >See cherry blossoms in Japan
    >Speak 5 languages fluently
    >Start a fully automated business
    >Catch a tuna (any kind)
    >Work (volunteer) on a tea estate for 1 day

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Re: Let's see your bucket list!

by Poohblah » Nov 22nd 13 6:32 am

  • Speak Mandarin Chinese with a passable degree of fluency (yeah I know my standards are lower than yours :P )
  • Have a happy and healthy lifelong romantic relationship
  • Use my own two hands and sandbags or earth to build a "hobbit house" that integrates with the landscape around it
  • Own property with a greenhouse or garden and lots of animals such as chickens, goats, etc.
  • Compete in an IFSC World Cup event (this is not likely to happen, but I like to dream)

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Re: Let's see your bucket list!

by tjkoko » Nov 23rd 13 6:28 pm

...to make the perfect French tarte with a flakey floor.

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Re: Let's see your bucket list!

by kikula » Nov 24th 13 10:23 pm

To peacefully abide.

I'm just no fun. :)

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Re: Let's see your bucket list!

by Chip » Dec 17th 13 6:03 pm

Time for everyone to get moving on their bucket list before it is too late!!! At least get the tea you have always wanted to purchase. :mrgreen:

http://www.news.com.au/technology/scien ... 6783069177

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Re: Let's see your bucket list!

by 茶藝-TeaArt08 » Dec 17th 13 8:13 pm

Chip wrote:Time for everyone to get moving on their bucket list before it is too late!!! At least get the tea you have always wanted to purchase. :mrgreen:

http://www.news.com.au/technology/scien ... 6783069177
Nice! :D Makes me think of this recent publication: http://guardianlv.com/2013/12/compellin ... -hologram/ :?: 8)

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Re: Let's see your bucket list!

by kikula » Jan 18th 14 6:22 am

Chip wrote:Time for everyone to get moving on their bucket list before it is too late!!! At least get the tea you have always wanted to purchase. :mrgreen:

http://www.news.com.au/technology/scien ... 6783069177
Revised bucket list:

Find undiscovered particle. THEN peacefully abide.

:D

(When I saw that stock illustration of the apocalyptic vortex my thought was, "That'd be a really interesting chawan glaze effect." I have totally gone off the deep end already, too late.)

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Re: Let's see your bucket list!

by yalokinh » Jan 23rd 14 12:49 am

hmm lets see:
1 make musical instruments (almost there)
2 live in europe
3 establish a successful private studio
4 pay off huge mountain of student debt haha, don't know if I'll ever get there