Unforgettable means never to be forgotten, remarkable in a way that cannot be forgotten such as place, events, or great memories. As much as I forget appointments, and names these are some experiences I won’t forget.
I really thought parasailing was going to be much more frightening and thrilling than it was. I waited until the two little girls that were on the boat with us went first. I figured if they could do it, I could. Vince did not want to try it. It felt like I was in a squeaky Ferris Wheel seat that was a little too tight. Vince was the one who was really having an unforgettable time. This former Navy guy found out that boat rides on the ocean were better off forgotten.
I tend to overestimate what I
might like to can do. I assume I will like it until I try it. The next trip to Hawaii brought me another adventure I would never forget, and so I crossed it off my to-do list forever. That smile was pained. Riding up the dusty mountain was difficult, coming back down and trying to keep my mare on the path with the rest of the folks instead of careening off the path in search of greenery…
The final unforgettable memory I’m going to share today was from one of the most memorable weeks of my life. A trip with teachers from across the United States to Colonial Williamsburg. Every minute was packed with adventures. In this photo, we were learning how the soldiers cooked their food in outdoor ovens with a walk-around path while they were on the battlefield. Our week included visits to Yorktown and Jamestown as well. If you like United States History, this is a place to spend some time.
Thanks for joining me for a few unforgettable experiences.