So now it's my turn to share my bucket list. My list is pretty pitiful compared to Ben's, his family was able to travel a lot more than mine growing up (Ben's dad worked for Delta Airlines). I am so thrilled that I married someone who likes to travel. I condsider myself a lover of traveling, but Ben begs to differ. Unlike most, I have no desire to travel to many places around the globe. Quite frankly,the thought of traveling to most foreign places scares the living daylights out of me. Still, there are plenty of places I'd like to see before I kick the bucket (hah).
Here's my slightly less exciting list:
States I haven't been to (ranking of where I'd like to visit):
The following are the states I haven't been too but not really sure if I'll ever have a desire to visit them:
Nebraska (only if Ole Miss ever makes it to the College World Series)
I might have left 1 or 2 out, at my age, its hard to remember all 50 states.
Most beautiful state visited:
Kentucky---Random, I know but the hills & trees, It really surprised me.
Ugliest state visited:
Tie between New Jersey & Louisiana- Both make me proud to be a Mississippian (and that says a lot, haha)
State I'd most like to visit again:
California--I want to visit the vineyards, and San Diego, and see more of LA & Hollywood.
State I'd least like to visit again:
Missouri--these folks don't know if they are yankees or southerners...plus it's just an extension of Arkansas
Southernmost point visited:
Sarasota/Tampa, FL---whichever is more southern
Northernmost point visited:
Coldest place visited:
Chicago, IL---I would love to live there if it wasn't for their wretched winters
Hottest place visited:
All the places in Florida
State with the best cuisine:
California, hands down.
State with the worst cuisine:
New Jersey--I can't imagine anything from that state being edible.
See? I told you it wasn't very exciting. This was a fun post to write and it brought back many good memories.
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