Pacific Coast Highway

Pacific Coast Highway courtesy of National Geographic

Sooner or later, we must depart this earth. But before we do, many of us seniors have travel on our “bucket list.” A couple of years ago, the founder of Bottom Line/Retirement published a little booklet called “Get the Best From Life After 50.” In it, he cites Patricia Schultz, author of 1,000 Places to See Before You Die and 1,000 Places to See in the United States Before You Die. He says the following truly stand out as breathtaking and inspiring — 7 natural wonders.

  1. Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona
  2. Denali National Park, Alaska
  3. Pacific Coast Highway, California
  4. Middle Fork of the Salmon River, Idaho
  5. Glacier National Park, Montana
  6. Gettysburg National Military Park and Cemetery, Pennsylvania
  7. Northeast Kingdom, Vermont

I’ve only been to Gettysburg and part of the Pacific Coast Highway. I would love to go to the other parks on the list. My husband and I have our senior pass to National Parks. It’s one of the best deals around.

What’s on your bucket list of places to see in the United States? Even if you’re not in the best of health, travel is still possible. However, travel (and life!) can only be truly enjoyed when you are in the best of health. Agree?  Vascular and circulatory issues? Check out these special vitamins. Click here for information.

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