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Old 12-12-2010, 04:34 PM   #29
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1. What is the strangest thing that has happened to you, that you can repeat on Airforums?

Now, no more weaseling out of an answer! :P
Dave, I don't know and never think much about it. I saw something at night that looked like a UFO above me as I drove through northern Ohio about 35 years ago. I was driving past a government compound of some sort that looked sort of military. Maybe it was a helicopter, but it would have been very high up. When we traveled the Extraterrestrial Highway in Nevada we didn't see any UFO's. That's as good as I can do.

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What's on your bucket list, Gene?


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No formal bucket list, so I'll have to make one up. The order doesn't mean anything.

1. Stay alive
2. See China and Tibet.
3. Go back to Newfoundland.
4. Move to Santa Fe.
5. My wife wants to go to Hawaii. I'd better do that and then we'll have been in 50 states.
6. Labrador.
7. See Cuba.
8. Tour Mexico when it's safe.
9. See Brasil and the rest of S. and C. America.
10. Learn to play the guitar and become a rock star.
11. Learn to play hockey and become a star.
12. Win the Nobel Peace Prize so I get the money that goes with it so I can afford to do the stuff above.
13. Write a really good novel.
14. Get a letter published in the New York Times and be asked to be a columnist.
15. Have the president call me for advice from time to time.
16. Drive to Nunavut (they have to build a road there first; then we'll have been in all Canadian provinces and territories).

Some of this may not be possible.

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Out of all of your travels in the 'Stream...
Is it possible for you to pick out 1 that stands out as a great day?
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Out of all of your travels in the 'Stream...
Is it possible for you to pick out 1 that stands out as a great day?
I always have a hard time selecting the "best" or "worst" because there are plenty of each. Having a wheel bearing fry on in northern Minnesota was a really bad day, but the people at the campground were very nice and helpful, so it turned out to be a good day.

But I digress—a succession of great days on our trip to Alaska last summer; going to Florida and seeing my cousin Wally was a great day; meeting Forum members on the road are great days; going to Gualala, Cal., and eating the best pizza in the west at Upper Crust pizza; driving the Pacific coast; camping with friends in Lake City (which turned bad when one friend was injured on her bike); having Thanksgiving in our trailer in Arizona when we first owned it. I could go on, but dinner is ready. Traveling together is very important to us and we are happiest when we can see new or old places—a great day always has Barb in it.

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