1. Go hiking.
I’m hiking up to Crabtree Falls this weekend, but I want to make hiking a normal part of my monthly schedule.
2. Visit New York City.
The last time we visited New York, it was too cold (and I was too under-dressed) to really enjoy everything. We can take a train ride there from Charlottesville this summer.
3. Go to the Smithsonian.
We’re under 3 hours from DC, so we better take advantage of all it has to offer.
4. Thrift in Richmond.
I’ve been meaning to do this for several months. I hear the thrifts are excellent in Richmond.
5. Celebrate our anniversary out of town.
I’m thinking Virginia Beach.
6. Visit St. Augustine.
Daniel and I love St. Augustine and my family lives nearby. They’re kicking off their 450th anniversary activities this year, too.
7. Take yoga classes.
I need to stretch and relax more.
8. Get a new mattress.
I also need to stop waking up with a back ache every morning.
9. Save some money
This one doesn’t seem very feasible given the above goals. But it’s probably a good idea to put it on the list.
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That looks like a great bucket list! 🙂 My summer goals are rather hazy, although they do involve a trip to Scotland and (hopefully) France and Greece too. Other than that, I’ll be working, trying to save as much money as I can and generally enjoying life until I return to my undergrad studies in September.