things to do before i go, #51-75

51. Eat a deep-fried Oreo at the Texas State Fair.

52. Adopt a baseball team.

53. Eat gelato in Rome.

54. Spend Holy Week in Jerusalem.

55. Take my dad to Pike Place Market.

56. Learn the Shema in Hebrew.

57. Go bowling in Canada.

58. Write a long letter (10+ pages) to the president.

59. Write letters to my kids to be opened on their eighteenth birthdays.

60. Play guitar on a street corner.

61. Climb up to the very top of Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh.

62. Learn how to do mehndi (henna tattoos).

63. Learn how to tango in Argentina.

64. Feed a penguin.

65. Diet Coke and Mentos on the Fourth of July.

66. Bonfire on Guy Fawkes Day.

67. March in a political protest.

68. Photograph the sunrise from the top of a mountain.

69. Cover a wall in book pages.

70. Write a $1000 check to my church.

71. Get a bunch of people and play Canon in D on the giant piano at FAO Schwartz (I call the bass line).

72. Re-learn how to swim.

73. Go snowboarding in Colorado.

74. Visit all 50 states. (Airports and driving through without staying don’t count.) [As of June 2009: Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Hawaii, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, New York, Washington, and Louisiana.]

75. Stop shaving my legs for a month.

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4 thoughts on “things to do before i go, #51-75

  1. When you’re at Pike Place you have to go to the place where the dudes throw salmon and other random seafood over your heads…they sell it to restaurants and random people the buy seafood and it’s really awesome.

    And we had a theoretical bonfire on Guy Fawke’s day when we set the notecard on fire, when Memorial flooded 🙂

  2. That “Surprised by Hope” by Wright is a great read, anything else about the book that made an impression of you?

  3. BOWLING IN CANADA!!!! I was talking to Rebekah the other day, and we talked about going to Canada, and I said if I do, I have to go bowling! Twice, if i remember correctly. Does that mean two different trips…?

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