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5 things to do before I die

overnight trail ride

smoke a pipe (tobacco)

attend a real Japanese tea ceremony

go to Jerusalem

scuba dive


auntie m said…
Beautiful pictures, but why would you want to smoke a pipe?
Momma_Dee said…
I say go for it to it all. Of my playing golf, skeet shooting and learning to use the computer, I only did one of them. But it has been so worth it, don't think I really care about the other two.
Ana said…
Can I go and do all of these with you??? Pleeeeze! (Except the whole pipe-smoking... I'll take pictures, though!)
auntie m said…
Didn't mean to sound discouraging. I hope you accomplish and enjoy them all. I still don't get the pipe smoking thing though.

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