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My Bucket List

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My Bucket List
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Every person, no matter how do-able or crazy, has some sort of list of things that they want to do before they die. Here are 30 things on my bucket list:

"Somewhere there's a score being kept, so you have an obligation to live life as well as you can, be as engaged as you can." -Bill Murray

1. Cliff Jumping

2. Get Married...

3. ... Have Kids!

4. Road Trip Across The States

5. Meet The Obamas

6. Own A Hairless Cat

7. Design My Own House

8. Watch Every Show On Netflix

9. Travel to Every Continent Once

10. Write A Book

11. Go To Hawaii

12. Bathe Elephants in Thailand

13. See the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace in London

14. Release Baby Turtles into the Ocean

15. See Some of the Waterfalls

16. Visit Bioluminescent Bay in Puerto Rico at Night

17. Swim With Sharks

18. Attend A Mass At Notre Dame Cathedral In Paris

19. Take A Helicopter Ride Into The Grand Canyon

20. Take A Hot Air Balloon Ride

21. Go To Galapagos Island

22. See The LA Dodgers at Their Home Stadium

23. Go On An African Safari

24. Walk Around Yosemite National Park

25. Swim With Sea Turtles

26. Sea The Northern Lights

27. Scuba Dive In The Great Barrier Reef

28. Go Whale Watching

29. NYE In NYC!!!

30. Release Baby Sea Turtles Into The Ocean

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