When I was kneehigh to a grasshopper I can remember telling myself that if I ever was diagnosed with cancer I would go to the Bermuda Triangle to
check it out for myself before I died. Because that place always fascinated me the most and I wanted to experience it and see if perhaps I
disappeared. LMAO sounds funny come to think of it. You know experience what might be going on there. Now that I am over 40 I realise that I have
changed. I think I would rather be in some mountain meadow, sitting alone watching nature around me with even more appreciation than ever. Savoring
every last second of it. Maybe I am just getting mellow the older I get.
If you knew you only had a short time left to live, is there some place you would want to see or experience?
Yes Denny's. And get me one of those new "build your own slams". The gas prices are so high, I can't justify going there right now but, If I knew
I was dying soon, then off to Denny's I would be a going!
I have to say, I like that Bermuda Triangle thing. I would have to agree with you. But first i think that i would take Kemo to try and live before i
take a suicide mission to the Bermuda Triangle. You know? Ive always wondered myself whats in there. You know how they say that some kind of time warp
is in there? Well I want to know for sure whats there.
Now I'm not to sure what Vance is talking about, going to Denny's. Your years are ending and all you can think about is Denny's. Yes gas
prices are high but just how far is Denny's from you anyway? Would it really cost that much just to get there?
Also before I die I want to go Sky Diving. Just seems like something you have to do before you "Kick The Bucket". Good movie Anyone seen it?
Thats a good movie to get ideas on what to do before you die.
I've never seen "Kick the Bucket", does it have Piano Reeves in it or something?
I would want to be alone, in the forest. Any forest would do. If not, and ideally, some desert in Australia. Somewhere to fade, forever, and then
to be carried away at dusk, slowly becoming the particulates of everything. Ascending....
I live on the edge of the Bermuda triangle and have spent many days on boats inside of the area. I have also flown through it on a small plane. In all
of the time I spent inside the triangle I never really experienced anything amazing. I got myself excited a couple of times when the compass started
going crazy, but I soon calmed down when nothing came of it.
The strangest thing I can tell you about the Bermuda triangle in my experience is the weather. Storms literally come out of nowhere. I have seen them
form in a matter of minutes. I have been in some terrifying situations because of the freak weather inside the triangle. One day in particular I will
never forget. If you have ever seen the movie "The perfect storm" you can get an idea of what it's like to be surrounded by enormous walls of water
on both sides. I can tell you first hand that you don't want to know what that feels like. Also, waterspouts (tornadoes that form over water) are
very common inside the triangle. I have seen many of these and even multiple spouts at the same time.
I believe I came pretty close to finding out what happens to people that disappear in the Bermuda triangle and I consider myself lucky. I think you
have the right idea now about how you would spend your last days. I pretty much feel the same as you do. Just me and my family somewhere in the
mountains enjoying what truly matters. I can't think of anything else I would want other than a quiet place where I can be close to the people that I
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