When we begin to sightsee, who knows where the sight we see will be.
It is nice to buy things (and many things we buy are necessities), but most things we buy come and go. Memories on the other hand usually stay with us our entire life.
Build memories for yourself (and your family if you are so blessed). Go sightseeing. There are so many sights to be seen in this world. You might begin your sightseeing adventures close to your home (or not). The decision to go somewhere is up to you (and your budget).
Look for things that interest you. Interests may take you far and wide.
For me, I love the ocean, outdoor scenery, wildlife, flowers and trees, shops along an old or new city street, waterfalls, lakes, mountains (and more).
I especially love waterfalls. I am so lucky as there are hundreds of waterfalls that I can go see locally.
I love flowers in a garden. Most States have gardens that people can go visit.
I love to see animals. Most states have aquariums and zoos that people can go to. Many places you may go to may have wild animals that you get to see too.
I am amazed by volcanos. I am lucky in that respect as there is an active volcano in Washington State in the USA that I can go see (at a distance).
I’d love to go to Mount Saint Helens in Washington USA, Yosemite National Park in Sierra Nevada California USA, The National History Museum in London England, Crater Lake in Southern Oregon USA, The Monterey Bay Aquarium in Monterey California USA, The Butchart Gardens in Brentwood Bay British Columbia, The Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona USA, The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose California USA, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts in Boston Massachusetts USA, and the Louvre Museum in Paris France.
My list of places I’d “Love to go see”, will change over time as I will go see many of the sites on my list (and I will add new sites I want to see too).
Think of someplace or thing you would like to see (either local to where you are or not). Make a list, make a plan and go see the places and things you want to see. Make a memory for you (and yours).
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When my husband and I first met, for one of our first dates he asked me out for breakfast and a hike. He wanted to take me to Camp 18 in Elsie Oregon. I hadn’t ever been there. I hadn’t ever heard of it. It sounded like fun (and to go there with a handsome guy, how lucky can a girl get)?
We had decided to go horseback riding in an Alaskan forest for our third excursion…..They did warn us that we could come across a Grizzly Bear…..
For our forth excursion, We arrived at the port of Ketchikan. We were ready to go to see the lumberjack show. If you decide to go to Ketchikan as one of your ports, go see the Lumberjack show. I don’t believe you will be disappointed
Our fifth excursion, was to be done with us riding in a horse drawn trolley through downtown Victoria British Columbia, Canada….
Here is where we were going to need our passports. You enter and exit using your passports (don’t lose them).
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When you go to the Annual St. Paul Rodeo in St. Paul, Oregon, USA, there is so much to do and see. I love the carnival rides there. I love the food at the fairgrounds. I love to go see all of the animals and go to the rodeo. At the end of it all, the fireworks are beautiful. It is an all day and into the night event that I look forward to each year.
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During one of our camping adventures, we decided to go to a popular, nearby hiking trail that ends at a lighthouse, (we were camping at Fort Stevens in Hammond Oregon). We were heading to Cape Disappointment and the North Head Lighthouse.
A place to go, where you will see fish (millions of fish), waterfalls, ponds, ducks, huge sturgeon!!!!!
You might even fall in love there, like I did!!!!!
You should go!!!!!
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Wouldn’t you love to take your trailer or motorhome to a place with grass, trees and a nearby river with trails for you to enjoy? A place where if you like, you can even simply pitch a tent. Nature would be all around you, but also conveniences like paved parking pads with full or partialContinue reading “Armitage Park Campground – Eugene, Oregon”
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