This happens to, by its nature, highlight some things that I do not do or have not done, some of these things may be a little absurd or even embarrassing. Oh well.
These are things that I will do before I leave Juneau. I've decided that I should stay for at least another year. One more fall, winter, spring, and summer.
I will snowboard. I have the board, I just need the other fixings and the will power to go.
I will snowshoe. Should have done this before, would have been easier than the army crawl over feet of powder.
I will go fishing (I've been fishing, just not Alaska fishing).
I will ride a bike. It sounds strange and they do always say that it is something you never forget how to do, but I haven't ridden a bike since I was in tenth grade. It is something I look forward to and dread at the same time.
I will go to the rock dump and finally try climbing.
I will hike the other glacier trail.
I will peak Mt. Roberts, Mt. Juneau, and Mt. Jumbo.
I will try cross country skiing.
I will jump all the way into the cold, cold water.
I will paint again.
I will make a graphic novel about my time in Alaska.
I will go camping for real in tents.
I will go to more bonfires.
I will trek on the glacier (before it melts to nothing).
I will fly in a float plane!
I will fly in a helicopter.
I will clean my room.
I will work in the legislature. I mean, seriously, they've got to hire me, right?
I will get a democrat elected to the US Senate.
I will play beerball again.
I will have a life.
I will get in shape.
I will visit other places in Alaska. Places like Sitka, Fairbanks, and maybe Nome or Barrow. Definitely Denali.
I will see a moose.
I will ice skate.
I will add more to this list, but I think these are definitely possible to accomplish. That's right. Mission: Possible.
I can't let the most Alaskan thing I've done be a mountain man.
And with that, the rating for my blog went from PG to PG-13 with some sweet innuendo.