Hannah's Bucket List

April 2015

#1. Skydiving

It is located in Lake Whales, Florida. The south eastern United States in North America. In skydiving physical weathering occurs. Mainly, wind is the main force of erosion during skydiving. I would go skydiving with my friends. We would drive there so we could stop in other states on the way there.
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Skydiving at Florida Keys

#2. Hyannis Port, Massachusetts

Hyannis Port is located in the northern United States. There are many things to do in Hyannis Port. Mainly, physical weathering occurs. The main force of erosion in Hyannis Port is flowing water. There is many things to do in Hyannis Port, like boating. I would go to Hyannis Port with my future husband when I move there. We would drive there because we would have all of our belongings, because we would be moving there.
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HYANNIS PORT, MA- Seantor Edward Kennedy Sailing (06-13-09)

#3. Hiking

It is located in Seward, Alaska. It is at the Kenai Fjords national park. There are only a few trails to hike but there you can walk very close to an active glacier, or take a ranger-led walk. It is a place where you can witness up close how glaciers re-shape a landscape and learn how plant life reclaims the barren rocky land exposed by a glacier's retreat. it has physical weathering. The main force of erosion is glaciers. I would go hiking with my dad since he likes Alaska so much. My dad and I would drive to Washington and take a plane from there to Alaska.
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Alaska.org - Kenai Fjords National Park: Aerials

#4. Rainbow Falls

It is located in Hilo, Hawaii. It is a the Wailuku River State Park. You can go swimming but there are no lifeguards so you would have to swim at your own risk. Also rainbows will form from the mist. It has physical erosion. The main force of erosion is running water. I would go with my friends. We would drive to California then take a plan from there to Hawaii.
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Rainbow Falls, Hilo, Hawaii

#5. Colosseum

The Colosseum is located in Rome, Italy.Built of concrete and stone,[1] it is the largest amphitheater in the world, and is considered one of the greatest works of architecture and engineering. It has close connections with the Roman Catholic Church, as each Good Friday the Pope leads a torch lit "Way of the Cross" procession that starts in the area around the Colosseum. It has physical weathering from earthquakes. The main force of erosion is wind and gravity. I would go with my family. We would have to take a plane because it is overseas.
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