Ben's List in the Bucket

Cool places that you will never visit.

Priority #1: The Cappadocia Fairy Chimneys

The Cappadocia Fairy Chimneys are obviously located in Cappadocia, Turkey.

Volcanic eruptions created the land and wind and rain carved out the fairy chimneys.

These obelisks have been carved out and turned into hotels. The type of erosion is physical. (Note all of these are by myself)

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Priority #2: The 'Lost City'

The 'Lost City' is located in Petra, Jordan and the buildings there have been carved out of the rock by the Nabataeans in 200 A.D. The type of erosion is physical.

Priority #3: Mendenhall Ice Caves

The Ice Caves are inside the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska, accessible only to those willing to kayak to, and then ice climb over the glacier. However, the glacier is retreating increasingly fast as global warming heats the oceans and temperatures rise. The type of erosion here is physical.
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#4: Walmart and other stores.

At Walmart sometime in the future, I want to do stupid things that will probably get me kicked out, then go to a mattress store and take a nap on one of them. When an employee asks what I'm doing, I'll just say I'm sampling the product.

At stores like these, people, wind, and rain cause erosion, which incase you haven't figured out, is physical.

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#5: Sledding

Without a sled. Yeah, I want to go sledding without a sled, extremely stupid but fun. With all that snow and physical erosion, I'd probably break a few bones, but you can't do stupid and fun things without a price, can you.
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