Wednesday, January 18, 2006

More Class Participation

I had so much fun with yesterday's post, I'm going to do blogger laziness class participation again.

Here's today's question (not so cerebral, more emotional this time):
If you could go anywhere in the world for a 7-day vacation (all-expenses-paid and trustworthy babysitter included) where would you go? What would you do? Who would you bring?

My answer:
I don't have one yet. I'm currently trying to plan my adventure trip for 2006 and I'm still deciding. Of course, money is an object right now, so that limits me within North America.

I have always wanted to go to Alaska, so that might win this year. There's also the Grand Canyon, which, believe it or not, I've never seen. And British Columbia is supposed to be beautiful.

And if you're curious, if money were no object, hands-down I would go to New Zealand. No contest there.

So think about it and weigh in. Then ask yourself: What's keeping me from going?

Dinner note: Today's supper was Honey-Pineapple Pork Chops with Cranberry Walnut Cous Cous. The pork chops were yummy, but just not big enough. The cous cous was good in spirit, but too dry after being frozen, then reheated.

I am getting so many great ideas for recipes from my Social Supper experiment.

5 comments:

Jane said...

New Zealand is my "if money were no object" choice as well, but my true dream adventure trip would be to explore the ruins of ancient civilizations. Mexico, Central and South America, Greece, Egypt...I'd love to see them all someday.

Dorothy said...

Since I've been to Australia, I'm going to spend my fantasy travel budget on the beaches of Greece.

Cagey said...

Hands down, the Himalayas. I've been in the so called "foothills" (HA. They were still friggin' big mountains to me) and have always regretted that I didn't get to go further in. In relation to your earlier dreams post, 10+ years later, I STILL have fantastic, surreal dreams of that area.

karendhr said...

I would go to Norway if the kids stayed home, and there I would take scenic pictures and do some genealogy research! And see if there are any distant cousins to visit.

karen! said...

Oh, I thought I signed in, I am karendhr, by the way.