Kathy's Thoughts

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Our Summer Bucket List

on May 30, 2012

The latest facebook trend is posting your summer bucket list.  I don’t like to be a lemming but this seemed like a great idea.  It got our family talking about fun things we could do together this summer.  This is what we came up with:

  • Find a Conch shell
  • Geocache in Canada
  • Geocache in NC
  • Geocache in Lake George
  • Go out for lunch
  • Make ice cream sundaes
  • Go to an ice cream place
  • Have a garage sale
  • Blow bubbles
  • Swim in the pool
  • Go to a park
  • Go metal detecting in NC
  • Go metal detecting in Canada
  • Go metal detecting in Lake George
  • Go on a boat
  • Go tubing
  • Go parasailing (4 out of 5 of us)

Hubby added Go Kayaking for himself.  I think it is a pretty obtainable list.  What do you think?  What is on YOUR summer bucket list?  Do you have a life bucket list?

One response to “Our Summer Bucket List

  1. Fresh from my desk... says:

    Geocachers unite on August 18th to celebrate International Geocaching Day. It’s a day devoted enjoying what you love – geocaching. There’s even a digital prize. Geocachers who log an “Attended” at an Event Cache or a “Found it” for another cache type on International Geocaching Day earn a souvenir for their Geocaching.com profile page. International Geocaching Day is the perfect occasion to hike with family and friends, enjoy the outdoors, and log one, two, or a dozen smileys.

    Thousands of adventurers will attend one of more than 100 International Geocaching Day events around the globe. The events range from Event Caches to CITO Events and include Mega-Events in Germany, Hungary, and the United States.

    The Mega-Event in the U.S. is the 2012 Geocaching Block Party hosted at Groundspeak HQ in Seattle, Washington. Watch this video to see your invitation from some of Geocaching.com’s most famous (furry) employees.

    Check out the Geocaching.com Event Calendar to find an International Geocaching Day event near you. If there’s not an event in your area, there’s still time to plan an Event Cache of your own. Don’t forget to share pictures and stories from your International Geocaching Day event on the official Geocaching.com Facebook page.

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