June 24, 2016

Outdoor Writing Prompt ~ The Fresh Air Bucket List

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This weeks Outdoor Writing Prompt was inspired by Kari Murray of I don’t wear Pink Camo in the Woods and her posted Bucket List. I enjoyed reading her Outdoor goals and loved how she incorporated blog entries she’d written into links that pertained to her Bucket List. Interesting and interactive for the reader!

Once I had read her Bucket List, I started thinking about what Outdoor goals or dreams I have for myself. They say…whoever they are….that a written goal has a much better chance of actually happening then one that rolls around in the back of our minds. I realized I had quite a few Outdoor goals rattling around in my mind and decided it was time to write them down and get on it. Maybe this writing prompt will help others do the same….

The Challenge: Write a “Fresh Air Bucket List” with at least 10 things you’d love to do in the Great Outdoors before the curtain is closed.

When you’re done, come back here and leave a link to your blog entry in the comment section so that others can see or even be inspired by your list.

Have Fun!

About Rebecca

When Rebecca isn't running the Outdoor Blogger Network, she is off Fly Fishing her favorite rivers. Occasionally she writes about those adventures at The Outdooress.


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    I don’t have a bucket list, but I did make goals for myself for 2010 and intend to do so again for 2011. A bucket list might not be a bad idea.

    I’m not going to post my 2011 goals until 1/1/2011 as I’m still formulating them. Stay tuned!

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    Since I’ve spent ever free minute for the past 2 weeks doing OBN stuff, I needed a little prompt to get something new up on my blog. This was the prompt I needed!

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    Kirk B Cahill says:

    I think I will put a list together for all of you, with a bit of a twist. My bucket list
    will be the 5 places that I feel you need to fish, while you still can, and I will pick 5 places that I would like to fish, while I still can. Challenge accepted!

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    I don’t have a bucket list, I am doing it all right now.

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    Well I think this is a grand idea but then again, I know the power of the bucket list!

    Can’t wait to see what everyone comes up with ☺

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    I love the idea of the bucket list! I bet I could help Kari get that musky one of the list!!!

    Jeff Andersen

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    Great post again Reb! Your stuff is so inspiring and you share the coolest outdoor folks with your followers. May your Sunday rock a big one, little Outdoors Lady! :-)

    Bent poles,


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    I think you will be wanting to go plan a fishing trip after reading this post! I can’t blame you one bit.

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    Ya, I have a bucket list. Problem is that my bucket is bottomless. Every year more gets added. New spots to fish, new ground to explore, more water to drift. I kinda hope that I never ‘finish’ my bucket list…….if I did, I think I would be depressed:)

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    My new mantra will be have fun.

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    Great idea for a series. I put together my kayak fishing bucket list yesterday and finished it up this morning. Have a look!


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    Cool idea…I am late to the party but have added a bucket list as well as the rivers I have fished to my blog pages.

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    Mine is up! Great idea! If I can get just 1/2 of mine done before I kick it, I’ll be happy!


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    Here’s my bucket-list. What a great idea for the writing prompt!


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    My next project for the weekend! Perfect…

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    Just FYI – If anyone ever has it on their list to catch a Native Southern Appalachian Brook Trout, I’ll be more than happy to help you do that one!

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