Last year a fantastic movie with Jack Nickolson and Morgan Freeman came out, and everyone jumped on the band wagon of making a “Bucket List.” I am glad that this started getting people to finally get out there and start living their lives. Dave and I made our first Life List way back in 1996. We had all of these things that we wanted to try. Scuba Diving, Rock Climbing, Tai Kwon Do, Yoga… this list goes on and on. Since that time, we have checked off the original list and added to it extensively. Every year, as we check off a few finished tasks we add ten more! It keeps life exciting and it is a feeling of great accomplishment to say that one day we are going to do something and then a couple of years later, we follow through and do it.
Now that we have crazy and more extreme ambitions it is nice to visit places like Victoria Falls or Egypt, where we can tick a bunch items on our “bucket list” in one destination.
That was what it was like when we visited Peru.
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