She’s Got a Ticket to Ride   9 comments

If someone gave me a free ticket to anywhere in the world, where would I go?

Wow, that’a a huge question, because there are a lot of places I would like to go if money weren’t an impediment. So maybe I don’t even know. Go check out my fellow authors … see where they would go … and then come back and see if I’ve made a decision.

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Australia won the dice toss. Why? Because it’s about as far from where I am as you can get and it’s a free ticket, so get the most bang for the giver’s buck.

I have a friend who lives in Australia, so I would be able to visit real people, which is preferable to the tourist travel the other places might involve.

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Posted October 10, 2016 by aurorawatcherak in Blog Hop

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9 responses to “She’s Got a Ticket to Ride

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  1. Great post! Did you ever see that 1970’s film (can’t remember what it’s called ) when a group of girls went picnicking at Ayers Rock and some disappeared? It’s quite atmospheric and creepy.

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  2. I’ll see you there Lela, Australia was my pick as well.

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  3. I considered emigrating to Australia many years ago, but it never happened. I’d love to go there some day.

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    • I’ve always wanted to visit since I was about 12 years old and saw an Australian television show. When Sylvia and I were at the University together, she used to show me pictures of where she grew up and the bird preserve where her father worked. I can’t imagine living anywhere but Alaska, but I could see myself spending 6 months to a year there. Of course, I’ve said that for a handful of places the first week I visit and then by the end of the second week, I’m ready to head home.

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  4. Seems to be a popular choice! LOL

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