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Discussion in 'Community Forum' started by riverboss, Nov 9, 2020.
1. Antelope hunt in Wyoming.
2. Elk hunt in Colorado.
Good times right there. I do both almost yearly except for this year.
I'll play. Don't really have an official bucket list but there is a few things,....all are realistic,..just haven't done them yet.
Hunting related : #1 A Saskatchewan whitetail hunt,..and kill a true bruiser with great mass.
#2 Head out to a prairie dog town for about 3 days with lots of ammo and a couple of fine varmint rifles.
Kiddo just needs to be a little older before I go on these 2.
Non-Hunting related : #1 Visit the Maritime Museum in Hamburg Germany (Contains the largest number of POW bone ship models in the world)
#2 Visit the Mooney Warther train museum in Dover, Ohio (Can't believe I haven't already done this one),..this man possessed talent that only comes along once in many generations.
#1 raise my kids right
#3 live on a little land where i can see deer, Turkey, and have a little pond to manage.
#4 catch blue cats on the river (i ended up having to cancel my guide this year)
#5 whitetail buck with a bow
#6 see montana or visit yellowstone.
I’ve been to jackson hole and drove through the national parks. Sights you have to see to believe
fish lake baccarac in mexico
catch a 10# bass in ky
hunt mulies, elk, coues, blacktail, Sitka. Red stag in NZ. Call in and kill a mountain lion. Not a fan of dog hunting.
go on a Harley trip with my dad. Get him his first buck.
1) Go to Alaska. Period. I don't care how. I just want to go.
1.5) Go to Alaska & spend the better part of a month or two roaming around that big beautiful state.
2) Make it to hubby's retirement so we can spend weekdays fishin' or huntin' or hiking or whatever we darned well want to do. (See #1.5 and #s 3, 4, etc.)
3) Roam the New Mexico red rock country.
4) Roam the Pacific Northwest - I'd love to photograph the sea stacks.
5) Roam the Northern part of Idaho.
6) Go hog hunting in Texas
7) Go moose hunting ANYWHERE
8) Spend some time roaming around Northern Georgia in the fall.
9) Roam the East Coast from just North of NY City to the Canadian border & then if my passport was still good, keep headng North til I ran out of road.
10) Visit the Canadian Rockies/Banff/etc.
Except for 1, 1.5, and 2, the rest aren't in any particular order & every time I think I'm done, I think of more....
My bucket list keeps getting bigger, not smaller. Every time I check a box, I add at least 2 more things that I didn’t know I needed to do.
Cool things I have checked off
1-Shoot a red stag in the Scottish Highlands
2 - Catch Peacock Bass in the Panama Canal
Current Top things I’m trying to do
1 - Bull Moose, any way legal
2 - Big Pronghorn
3 - Palmated Fallow Buck
4 - Driven Hunt in Europe for Boar
5 - Wild Mouflon
I like the way you think
Yellowstone, Yosemite, The Redwoods, Bryce Canyon.
Hawaii!!! Stand on the Arizona Memorial and look at the Big Mo tied up yards away where it all ended.
Scuba Dive Bikini Atoll
Go road racing on a small bike in the WERA Sportsmans class
Tour the Nation on a Goldwing and maybe an RV..
White Water raft
Shoot a hog or two.
Buy enough investment property to finance all this!!
Combo pheasant/duck freelance in North Dakota.
Duck hunt the upper Miss. Freelance
Freelance The Atchafalaya Basin for ducks and crawfish
Shoot some grouper(Spearfish) the Florida Middlegrounds
Learn to sail.... Buy a cheap boat and sail it round the world!
I've already been on "...the trip of a lifetime..." with my bride to England. It was her choice to pick, but I had a blast. Especially traveling with my best friend...
Begin in Le Havre, France. Travel through the Vosges Mountains and across the Rhine into Germany. The path my dad took in WWII.
Visit a cattle ranch in Colombia. I've worked with three associates who have family in Colombia. I've seen their photos of "home." It is an incredibly beautiful country.
Take the train from Chicago to Toronto, then take the trans-Canadian railway from Toronto to Vancouver making two or three day stops at small towns along the way. Travel south to Seattle and take the Amtrak train south to LA, then take the southern route from LA through San Antonio, Dallas and St. Louis to Chicago.