My Bucket List

Would like to see:

Have seen these:

  1. The Wave, AZ – needed permit
  2. White Pocket, AZ
  3. Antelope Canyon, AZ – need Navajo guide
  4. Horseshoe Bend, AZ
  5. Chiricahua National Monument, AZ
  6. Bryce Canyon National Park, UT
  7. Arches National Park, AZ see also https://avonleadesign.com/2019/10/25/an-evening-at-arches-nat-park/
  8. Zion National Park, UT
  9. Natural Bridges National Monument, UT
  10. Yellowstone National Park, WY
  11. Devil’s Tower, WY
  12. Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada
  13. Writing on Stone, AB
  14. Hamilton Island, AU
  15. Brisbane, AU
  16. Sydney, AU
  17. Cairns, AU
  18. Avonlea Badlands, SK see also https://avonleadesign.com/2017/09/10/another-night-shoot-in-the-avonlea-badlands/ and https://avonleadesign.com/2018/05/21/milky-way-rising/ and https://avonleadesign.com/2018/08/03/avonlea-badland-shadows/ and https://avonleadesign.com/2018/08/19/avonlea-badlands-by-starlight/ and https://avonleadesign.com/2019/08/04/avonlea-badlands/
  19. Grasslands National Park, SK
  20. Niagra Falls, ON
  21. Thousand Islands, ON-QC
  22. Taliesin West, Scottsdale, AZ – Frank Lloyd Wright
  23. Waterhole Canyon, AZ
  24. Wave Cave, Gold Canyon, AZ
  25. Hieroglyphic Trail, Gold Canyon, AZ
  26. Tombstone, AZ
  27. Gerome, AZ
  28. Hoover Dam, AZ
  29. Hole in the Rock, Phoenix, AZ see also https://avonleadesign.com/2017/12/23/solstice-at-hole-in-the-rock/
  30. Cypress Hills, SK
  31. Great Sand Hills, SK
  32. St. Victor Petroglyphs, SK
  33. Moose Mountain Medicine Wheel, SK
  34. Herschel Petroglyph, SK
  35. Drumheller, AB
  36. Head-Smashed-In, AB
  37. Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MI
  38. GM Factory One, Flint, MI
  39. Mystery Castle, Ahwatukee, AZ
  40. Dwarf Car Museum, Maricopa, AZ

This list is not complete and is constantly in flux. If there are places that you think I should visit, please leave a comment below.

2 thoughts on “My Bucket List

  1. Have you been to Wanuskewin?
    Wanuskewin is an archaeological goldmine, rich in sites that tell the story of early life in the Opimihaw Creek Valley, with finds in the area taking us as far back as 6,000 years.

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