Braden's Bucket List

My life dreams in a bucket :)

1. Scuba Diving in The Great Barrier Reef

I would like to go scuba diving in The Great Barrier Reef because I love oceanic life. I would go with a bunch of my friends and some family members. This is a one of the largest LIVING structures in the world. It is home to many different species of fish. These reefs were planted by deposition millions of years ago. The ocean it is in was carved over millons of years by physical weathering.

Watch this!!!!

Look at them fishes!!
Great Barrier Reef fish survey 7192, Green zone, Fairfax Islands Reef, (highlight)

2. Going Skydiving

I would love to go skydiving because I want to know the thrill of falling through the air from a plane. When your skydiving you can see many land forms like canyons, mountains, etc. These land forms were carved over millions of years by physical or chemical weathering, erosion, and deposition.
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Skydiving Thrill

That face tho!!!!
Dramatic moment unconscious skydiver rescued mid-air captured on helmet camera

Sky Fall

Doesn't that look fun!!!!!!

3. Go Air Racing in Dubai

I saw a video about air racing in Dubai and it looks so much fun. Dubai has many deserts. These deserts have sand dunes which were caused by deposition. The dunes are made of sand which was physically weathered.
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Sky Racers! - Dubai! - Flying in 4K - Paramotor Parabatix

4. Going Surfing in Hawaii

I would like to go surfing in Hawaii and watch myself fly through the tropical water. The Pacific Ocean was carved by physical weathering over BILLIONS of years.

Watch the surfer

Look at the waves.
Best places to surf in Bali

Visit Japan

One day I would love to visit Japan because of the next three reasons:
1. I love the beautiful scenery ex. Mt.Fuji
2. I love SUSHI!!!!!
3. I like the buildings.
I really like Mt.Fuji the most. Mt.Fuji is an active volcano near Tokyo, Japan. Mt.Fuji was physically weathered over millions of years by wind and water.

Mt.Fuji eruption news report.

Japanese Scientist Warn of Mount Fuji "Large Scale Explosive Eruption" Chaos (Oct 14, 2012)

Thanks 4 Watching

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