Buttkick List

I never really thought about a bucket list, I mean a serious bucket list, before the poo hit the propeller.  The idea of kicking, hitting, clobbering, beating, striking, punching, booting or in any way assailing a bucket in my near future was not something I considered, not even for a microsecond.  However, after nearly cashing in my chips, that dope feeling of REALLY being alive has become vital to me.  I’ve always been somewhat adventurous ~ enjoying mountain climbing, great white shark cage diving and scuba diving, but now I have a voracity for experiencing all I can.

I don’t really like to call it a bucket list.  I loathe the pressure of having to get this done by the time I expire.  It puts the emphasis on the end, and I’d rather be focused on the now, kicking my new life’s butt today and everyday!

There are some adrenaline inducing items on my Buttkick List and some entries that are rewarding in a more tranquil way.  Below is my ever-evolving menu of items I’ve taken pleasure in checking off since my health comeback and items I still plan on crushing.  I continually add new items and would appreciate any Bucket ideas 🙂  I would have missed all of this fun if not for my lifesaving brother and his magic marrow!

Since 2014 ~ When my immune system was strong enough and I was well enough to get out there and live again.   In no particular order:

√ 1.  Join Travelers’ Century Club – This is an international society whose members have visited 100 or more countries.  I checked this box with a visit to Mauritius, a tiny island nation in the Indian Ocean.

Scuba diving the Indian Ocean in country #100 ~ Mauritius

Scuba diving the Indian Ocean in country #100 ~ Mauritius

√ 2.  Drive a race car around a track – I took a lesson, then did 6 laps around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in this Lamborghini Gallardo.

My ride for 6 laps

I floored it on the straightaways.  Vroooom!

√ 3.  Skydive – This is something I never thought I’d have the balls to do.  Just imagining it made me sweat with fear, but after my transplant I knew I had to do it.  I asked several friends to join me, but I only got 2 takers:  Debbie and Jared.  It was the biggest rush EVER!  When the airplane door slid up, my heart was beating outside my body, my hands were wringing wet, I was shaking and I may have peed a little.  The 120mph free fall was shockingly crazy!  Skydive Elsinore was the spot.

1, 2, 3 - out we go! My photographer, my instructor and me at 12,500'

1, 2, 3 – out we go! My photographer, my instructor and a screaming me at 12,500′

4. Get pilot’s license

√ 5.  Snowshoe – Gorgeous Banff, Canada was where I froze my ass off while snowshoeing with Todd and Mychaela.

Snowshoeing along the Continental Divide

Snowshoeing along the Continental Divide

√ 6.  Swim with whale sharks – It was so thrilling to be in the water right next to this gentle giant (about 40 feet long – picture a school bus) at Isla Mujeres, Mexico.

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I look like a minnow compared to my new friend

7.  Hike to Machu Piccu

8.  Get a tattoo (note to my family:  it will be tiny and tasteful, I promise)

√ 9.  Scuba dive the Bay of Pigs, Cuba – This wall dive was outrageously beautiful.  The best coral on the planet, because there is no industry or tourist pressure in the area.  Giant, vibrant and diverse like no other!  Of course, my GoPro wasn’t working, so no dive snaps.  We had lunch post dive at a woman’s home not far from the water, where she offered us deer, fish, turtle and alligator, all caught and cooked by her.  She also had a live band for just Todd and me.  Awesome lady, awesome experience!

Post dive lunch, entertainment and alligator meeting near Bay of Pigs

Post dive lunch, entertainment and alligator meeting near Bay of Pigs

10.  Publish a book

11.  Participate in an international road rally

√ 12. Ice skate outside on naturally frozen water – I made one successful (didn’t fall on my ass) lap around this rink in Seoul, Korea.

No double axels for me

No double axels for me (I didn’t want to show off)

13.  Visit Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece, Falling Water

14.  Make a cool pattern on a giant lawn with a ride-on mower

√ 15. Attend the Indy 500 – I was there at the 99th running of this iconic race with my family and my parents. It was extra special because our friend, John obtained pit and garage passes for all of us! It was incredible to be on the track with these powerful pieces of art.

Our passes allowed us on the track just before we heard, "Ladies and Gentlemen, start your engines!"

Our passes allowed us on the track just before we heard, “Ladies and Gentlemen, start your engines!”

√ 16.  Mush a dog sled – My entire extended family took 5 sleds out for a ride in Canmore, Alberta, Canada.  We went right by the set of The Revenant while it was being filmed.  We loved the dogs!

My turn mushing while my dad enjoys the ride

My turn mushing while my dad enjoys the ride

17.  Lower 48 road trip

√ 18.  Host a Be The Match donor drive – I’ve done a few of these now, including this one at the Pi Beta Phi house at USC before a football game.  My son Rex, who has donated his stem cells to save a life, helped me, along with my friends Jae and Sam.  Perhaps another life will be saved by one of our swabbers!

Rex and I recruiting new members to join the International Bone Marrow Registry

Rex and I recruiting new members to join the International Bone Marrow Registry

19.  Get close to an active lava flow

20.  Attend the Winter Olympics

√ 21.  Flyboard – It was tough to get the hang of this, but really fun trying to master flyboarding in Bermuda.

Looks pretty lame, but it felt like I was 50' in the air!

Looks pretty lame, but it felt like I was 50′ in the air!

√ 22.  Dive a wreck – I have been on several wrecks since my Buttkick List was a ‘thing,’ but this one in the British Virgin Islands was especially well preserved.

We found a giant lobster who called this wreck home

We found a giant lobster who called this wreck home

23.  Attend a red carpet event in a dress I design

24.  Cross country ski

25.  Parler couramment en français 

√ 26.  Bobsled down an Olympic track – After being forced to watch a video that basically says there’s a decent chance you won’t survive, I signed up to sled down the Park City, UT track.  The last thing I remember my coach telling me is, “Remember to breathe!”  I finally remembered about half way down and 37 arm bruises in.  60 mph and 3 Gs literally took my breath away.

All I can say is, "OMG"! It doesn't look that rad on tv!

All I can say is, “OMG”! It doesn’t look that rad on tv!

27.  Observe polar bears in the wild

28.  Attend a Rolling Stones concert

28.  Watch a monster surf competition in person

√ 30.  Learn falconry – I met this falcon in the United Arab Emirates desert, as I learned about one of the oldest traditions of the region.  The fastest animal on (or above) earth can fly at speeds over 200 mph.  Isanely impressive!

The UAE region has practiced falconry for over 2,000 years

The UAE region has practiced falconry for over 2,000 years

31.  Attend an opera at the Met

32.  Witness turtles hatching on a beach

33.  Watch the Trojans crush the leprechauns in South Bend, IN

√ 34.  Ice climb – Todd, Mychaela, Rex and I climbed a frozen waterfall near Banff, Canada.  Then I went back for more in a glacier hole in Iceland.

Canada, left - Iceland, right All of your weight is on your crampons' front spikes - yikes!

Canada, left – Iceland, right. All of your weight is on your crampons’ front spikes – yikes!

35.  Dive with hammerheads

36.  Attend the Aussie Open Tennis Championships

37.  Attend a film festival to watch a film I produce

√ 38.  Swim with dolphins  – Bermuda was a beautiful place to get in the water with these incredible beings.

I've wanted to do this since Flipper. So brilliant!

I’ve wanted to do this since Flipper. So brilliant!

√ 39.  Ride a segway – Todd and I went offroading through the vineyards in Stellenbosch, South Africa.

"No one ever eats sh*t on a segway!"

“No one ever eats sh*t on a segway!”

40.  Visit space

41.  Sit on a jury

42.  Play a song on an instrument

√ 43.  Learn how to curl – Despite popular belief, curling IS a sport, and it’s REALLY difficult!  For my 51st birthday, I had about 25 friends and family members join me for a private curling lesson in Fountain Valley, CA.  We were hoping someone would show exceptional unknown talent and be tapped for the US Olympic team, but alas, we all kinda sucked.

Finding new uses for rocks and brooms

Finding new uses for rocks and brooms

44.  Complete my family tree

√45.  Stomp grapes – We celebrated Todd and Mychaela’s birthdays in Napa Valley, CA, and were lucky to be there for harvest and take a turn in a barrel, stomping some grapes at Grgich Hills Wine Estate.  Squishy!

Making some Toe Jam Cabernet :)

Making some Toe Jam Cabernet 🙂

√46.  Visit an ice bar – It was cheesy, I’ll admit it, but fun to experience a bar made of ice in a 5 degree ice locker.  The only beverages available were those that do not freeze.  I had a vodka “iceberg” cocktail.  Todd and I visited this ice bar in Queenstown, New Zealand.

Loved my glass made of ice, but only with a gloved hand 🙂

√ 47.  Attend a sumo championship in Japan – Todd and I were so lucky to be in Tokyo when the final rounds of the national championships were being contested.  We witnessed the first Japanese-born wrestler win the title since 2006.  We loved learning about this ancient sport through the English radio in our ears.

Tokyo went off after their man won!

Tokyo went off after their man won!

48.  Set a world record

49.  Visit Easter Island

√50.  Bungy jump – This terrified me more than skydiving, because I couldn’t imagine actually throwing myself off a ledge, but when the opportunity presented itself in New Zealand, the home of the world’s first commercial bungy jump,  I knew I wouldn’t be able to forgive myself for pussying out if I didn’t do it. F-ing RAD!

Why live on the edge when you can jump off?

 

√51. Learn to knit – My friends, Jae and Kristin accompanied me to a local knit shop to learn the art of knitting  🙂

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So, this next row, purl or knit?  Oh sh*t!

√ 52.  Visit the top floor of the Burj al Khalifa, the world’s tallest building – We took a minute long express elevator ride to the top floor, where we walked out onto a glass observation deck and looked out on all of the Dubai sky scrapers so far below us.  It stands 163 floors and over 2,700 feet tall.

We went waaaaay up there!

We went waaaaay up there!

53.  Attend the World Cup

54.  Crowd surf

√55.  Ride in a glider – I joined the Taupo Gliding Club in Taupo, New Zealand, then had one of their pilots, Gordon, take me up for a ride.  We had a cool vintage Piper tow us up to 5,000 feet, then we released the tow and silently soared over Lake Taupo, Huka Falls, and deer in a gorgeous forest.  Gordon let me take the controls and do several banked turns.  Fun!

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All set for take off!

√ 56.  Find treasure – I free dove a 2 day old wreck at a depth of only 20′ in the British Virgin Islands and recovered many treasures, including kitchen wares, books, knick knacks (I really like that phrase) and lots of miscellaneous sh*t I mean treasure.

This sailboat burned and sank 2 days before we came upon it

This sailboat burned and sank 2 days before we came upon it

√ 57.  Take a Thai kick boxing (Muay Thai) class – Todd and I entered the ring in Thailand and learned how to punch and kick like champions.

In the ring with Todd

Practicing punches and kicks on Todd and LOVING it!

√ 58.  Blow glass – My mom, Mychaela and I learned the art of glass blowing at a studio in Crawford, CO.  We each made a masterpiece that we proudly display in our homes.

My paperweight in progress. It was f*cking HOT!

My paperweight in progress. It was f*cking HOT!

√59.  Go truffle huntingWhile in Provence, we spent a morning hunting for summer truffles with Monsieur Robert and his expert truffle hunting dog, Kita.  We found a total of 6 truffles, and enjoyed a phenomenal dinner that evening using our treasure!

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Successful hunt, thanks to Kita!

√60.  Soak in Iceland’s Blue Lagoon – On a recent adventure in Iceland,  Todd and I, along with my college buddies Karen and Sharon and their husbands Scott and Craig, spent an afternoon at the Blue Lagoon.  It was more awesome than we thought it would be, with 100+ degree vivid blue water steaming in the frigid air, a swim up beverage bar, a swim up facial mask bar and in-water massages.  What’s not to love?

The Blue Lagoon’s volcanic mud masks made our skin as soft as babies’ butts 🙂

√ 61.  Slingshot – What is slingshot, you ask?  Attach one end of a ski rope to the top of a 100′ mast, the other end to a ski boat, with a handle in the middle.  Hold on to the handle as the boat hits it, and you are shot up into the air as far as you dare to hold on.  The British Virgin Islands is the perfect spot to slingshot!

That's me!

That’s me!

62.  Swim in every ocean

√ 63.  Rock climb – While on Koh Yao Noi, Thailand, Todd and I decided to try rock climbing for the first time.  Our guide’s name was Dude and it was rad.

Making my way up "Don't Tell My Mom" wall

Making my way up “Don’t Tell My Mom” wall

64.  Thank Tom Petty in person for a lifetime of fave tunes

√ 65.  Join a pick-up game – While in India, we came across a group of great kids playing cricket in the street.  We stopped our tuk tuk and jumped out.  Todd taught the kids how to play volleyball, and I took my turn with the bat.

I think the kids were impressed - not.

I think the kids were impressed – not.

√ 66. Try hookah – I hate smoking, but this was different.  Very sweet taste and kinda moist.  And it didn’t make me choke and gag.

Hooka, Maldives style

Hooka, Maldives style

67.  Visit Papua New Guinea

√ 68.  Catch a fish with a  fly– I’ve done lots of fishing in my day, but never fly fished.  I loved the tranquility of being on a little Colorado creek, and watching my fish take the fly as it floated by.  I did some more fly fishing in New Zealand and landed a 24″, 5lb rainbow on the Hinemaiaia Stream, near Taupo.

My cutbow. He was sooo slippery, it was lucky we got this snap

My Colorado cutbow

 

My NZ rainbow

√ 69.  See the snow monkeys of Japan – Todd and I took a train from Tokyo to Yudanaka, through Nagano, and then hiked through the most gorgeous forest in the snow (it was f*cking freeeeezing) to see the famous monkeys bathing in the natural hot springs.

Photography was a challenge, due to all the fog coming off the hot water

Photography was a challenge, due to all the fog coming off the hot water

70.  Save a life

√ 71.  Visit an active archaeological dig – While rafting down the Gunnison River in Colorado, we pulled over to the shore and hiked up to this dig.  The archaeologists were uncovering lots of artifacts and clues to human life that were thousands of years old.

Fascinating dig

Fascinating dig visit with Mom and Mychaela

√ 72.  Step foot in North Korea – I’ve wanted to do this, just because it’s such a forbidden and mysterious place.  Todd and I traveled to the DMZ from Seoul, then to the Joint Security Area, where we entered the UN buildings, crossed over the line, and stood in North Korea.

We were over the border when we entered the blue building. The large building in the back is North Korea.

We were over the border when we crossed the line in the blue building. The large building in the back is North Korea.

73.  Read the top 100 books ever written

√74.  Conquer my fear of reptiles – During a recent trip to Orlando, FL, I gathered my courage and visited Gatorland, an alligator farm that also houses many other reptiles.  They offered  an ‘Alligator Wrestling’ experience, so I figured that was a great way to start to work through my distress.  I then found an area that provided a baby alligator and a python to hold.  I had never touched a snake before, due to my extreme paranoia.  After making it through both of these reptilian terrifications, I declare my fear conquered.

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Got the big guy to say Uncle 🙂

√ 75.  Earn my Advanced Level Open Water scuba certification – After passing the required land based courses and exams, I completed 5 advanced dives in Maui, including navigation, scooter and deep (100’+) dives.

Scooter diving with a couple of friends

Scooter diving with a couple of friends

76.  Observe gorillas in the wild

√77.  Visit the Berry Pomeroy Castle in Southern England, home of my ancestorsOne of my most awe-inspiring days was spent exploring the 600 year old castle that was built by my Pomeroy ancestors in Devon, England.  The land was given to my great (x 38) grandfather, Ralf de la Pommerai, in 1066 as a reward for assisting William the Conqueror in defeating the Saxons at the Battle of Hastings.  Being there with my entire family made it extra special.

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All 10 of us made the trip across the pond for the big visit.

√78.  Try beekeeping – Todd and I were staying at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, CA, and we were excited to see that they offered a beekeeping class.  Sign us up!

Keeping bees with my honey

Keeping bees with my honey

79.  Witness my son, Rex meet the patient he saved by donating his stem cells

√80.  Ride on an airboat in the Everglades – Cruising over the grass and lilypads of the Everglades while watching baby alligators swim beside us and big mamas guarding their nests was a thrill!

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Loved my afternoon in the swamp!

81.  Run a 5K in at least 5 different states before I turn 55 – (I hate running)  √CO

√82.  Try geocachingWhile visiting Ojai, CA, Todd and I grabbed some GPSs and hiked the hills in search of treasure.  We found 8 caches, and were rewarded with this token from a well-known cacher.

Check out the millions of hidden caches all over the world at www.geocaching.com

Check out the millions of hidden caches all over the world at http://www.geocaching.com

83.  See the Northern Lights

84.  Deliver the 1,000,000th toothbrush for Global Grins

√85.  Attend a Cubs game at Wrigley Field – Loved the tradition, the lore and the neighborhood of Wrigley.

Cubs win, thanks to a grand slam!

Cubs win, thanks to a grand slam!

√86.  Go zorbing – I know, WTF is zorbing, right?  It was invented in Rotorua, New Zealand, and you get inside a large plastic ball filled with warm water, then roll down a hill.  I did the zig zag course.  It’s like being in a washing machine.  Not that I know what it’s like being in a washing machine, but this must be close.

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That’s me – laughing hysterically all the way down the hill 🙂

87.  Earn a master’s degree

√88.  Volunteer at the Special Olympics – Rex and I were honored to volunteer for a week at the Los Angeles Special Olympic Games in the summer of 2015.  We met hundreds of athletes from all over the world who were there to compete!

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Swimmers and their coach from Bahrain

√89.  Brew my own beerMy son, Rex and I brewed two varieties and named them  YOLT Jolt Stout (a coffee stout) and Bill’s Bench Blonde (after our favorite bench at the beach).  It took quite a while to get it just right, but the result is fantastic, especially the stout!

The finished product is brewtiful 🙂

√90.  Rappel down the side of a building – I was given the opportunity to rappel down 16 stories of the Irvine Co building at Newport Center, CA in support of the great organization, Shatterproof, and I jumped on it!  Adrenaline was pumping, especially going over the edge!

Don't think I'll apply for a window washing job anytime soon!

Don’t think I’ll apply for a window washing job anytime soon!

√91.  Send care packages to deployed soldiers – I hosted a care package prep party for some friends, where we each donated one of the  requested items for all, then got together to fill the boxes with all the goodies.  Fifty boxes were sent to soldiers serving in the Middle East.

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Supporting the troops!

√92.  Go tequila tasting in Tequila, Mexico – Todd and I celebrated our 30th anniversary in Mexico, including a visit to the town of Tequila, where we tasted and toured 🙂

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Tasting silver, reposado, anejo and the muy especial La Reserva de la Familia from the barrel in Cuervo’s cellar!

√93.   Cliff dive/jump – The opportunity presented itself on Siargao Island in the Philippines, so I took it.

I swam through a cave, climbed up to a 40' ledge, then...

I swam through a cave, climbed up to a 20′ ledge, then…

94.  Throw a dart at a map, then plan a trip where it lands

√95.  Try aerial yoga – I loved this class I attended in Thailand – it brought back memories of my gymnastics days.

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Not quite as flexible as I used to be…

√96.  Throw a ceramic piece on the wheel – My friend and incredible supporter, Mary, is a master potter, and she invited me into her studio for a lesson on the wheel.

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Centering that thing is a challenge!

√97.  Run with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain – My son, Rex and I ran Pamplona’s famous Calle Estafeta ahead of six 1500 pound bulls.  Heart rate was jacked – no bull!

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San Fermin celebration in Pamplona – INSANE!

98.  Swim with humpback whales

√99.  Attend an air show – Todd and I went to the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar’s Air Show, starring the Blue Angels.  Impressive and proud are huge understatements!

LOVED the Blue Angels!

LOVED the Blue Angels!

√100.  Try Kobe beef in Kobe – Todd and I were in Kobe, Japan while sailing on the spring 2016 Semester at Sea voyage, and we thought, “When in Rome Kobe…” so we found this cool spot and gave it a try.  Phenom, but intensely rich!

Our adorable chef happened to be the former karate champ of Japan!

√101.  Take a trip solo – I took off for a few days with myself and me to a wonderful spot in San Diego.  We mostly stayed in our room to get a huge chunk of writing done, but we made it out a few times to visit the spa.  Our neck and shoulders got very sore from sitting at the desk for hours on end and needed some attention 🙂

Secret seclusion

Secret seclusion

102.  Drag race

103.  Volunteer for a week in a foreign country

√104.  Go canyoning – I got an intro to canyoning while wading waist deep in a 34 degree stream through a very dark cave in the highlands of Iceland.  Can’t wait for more!

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Our male companions complained of major shrinkage!

105.  Attend a NASCAR race

√106.  Learn the game of golf – This one will never be complete, but I’ve started with a lesson and then my first round in the Philippines.

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First bogey!

107.  Attend a concert at Red Rocks, CO

108.  Ashboard down a volcano

109.  Attend the Grand Ole Opry – My daughter, Mychaela and I went on a weekend trip to Nashville, including a show at the Grand Ole Opry.  What a slice of Americana!

We saw 12 great acts on the famous stage 🙂

110.  Experience Burning Man

111.  Visit Dracula’s castle in Transylvania

112.  Do the splits again, after 40+ years

113.  Do some painting en plein air

114.  Circumnavigate Mont Blanc on foot

115.  Experience paintball

116.  Enter a frog jumping contest

117.  Herd livestock on horseback

118.  Attend the Westminster Dog Show

119.  Milk a cow

120.  Ride a mechanical bull

121.  Watch all the ‘Best Picture’ Oscar winners

122.  Sponsor a child’s wish for Make a Wish Foundation

123.  Sample the goods at the Guinness factory in Dublin

 

 

 

 

15 thoughts on “Buttkick List

  1. HI – Its Vivian from BTM. We met today at the Bone Marrow Reunion at City of Hope. I have read some of your blog. Your story and WOW. It was such an honor and pleasure to meet you and your family and THANK YOU!!!!! Thank you for that beautiful smile you had today. Your amazing Spirit and for inspiring me to keep doing what Im doing. Adding more people into the registry and helping to save lives. YOU ARE A TRULY BLESSED.

    • Vivian! YOU are SO amazing in all that you do to help others! It was an honor to meet you and speak with you about Be The Match! I wish everyone could understand the profound opportunity it is to save a life! Thank you for speaking on camera! Your big moments on screen were just posted in my May 30 “On Second Chance” entry 🙂 You utterly ROCK! XO

  2. The list is beyond grand and what you have already accomplished is fantastic! You are an inspiration to make every day a great day. Way to make it happen!

  3. I am going to get you on that damn lawnmower if it kills me! xoxo
    I can’t believe I have done a few things that you haven’t on your list….but I want to help you with some of your bucket list items! TTF

  4. Dear Joselyn (&Todd),
    I am glad I had the honor meeting you both. The story you shared is an example and should be taught at school. The love you show and give to each other could be felt when I was talking with you.
    I’m proud I had the chance to join you for the 57th line. Be sure I’ll remember the moment we spent together all my life.
    I hope we’ll keep in touch and I’ll have the pleasure to see you again.

    • Margot – We were so fortunate to have met you at La Bastide! We loved spending time together while hunting for truffles! We will never forget our adventure with you! Thank you for the kind words and for taking such good care of us! XO

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  6. This was an awesome post! I am not nearly as adventurous as you, but we still share some of the same dreams. I’ve even done a couple of things that you haven’t, while you’ve done lots that I haven’t. I have a get to do everything on your list. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Love it! Trekking for gorillas is amazing! Visit Dracula’s Castle on Halloween for an extra spook! Have fun checking off your Buttkick List. You gave me a lot of ideas of things to add to my list as well. 🙂

    • Thanks, Megan – We’ll be in Romania a few days before Halloween, so hopefully the castle will be in the mood 🙂 I know they don’t celebrate Halloween as a country, but I guess they give the castle visitors what they want!

      • Yes, the locals in Brasov seem to at least get dressed up for the party at Bran Castle. I’m sure you’ll have a wonderful experience. The fall scenery is also gorgeous during that time of year. Safe travels!
        😀

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