Good afternoon, blog readers! I saw this discussion post on social media, and I thought it would be an interesting one to pose to all of you. This is your chance to talk about the time you uncovered a dinosaur bone while backpacking across the Sahara Desert. But if you haven’t experienced something quite as unique, don’t worry…I want to hear it anyways!
What is an experience you’ve had that is so unique that you don’t expect many (or any) of my other readers to have experienced the same thing?
Here’s mine: When I was eight years old, my family visited the Big Island of Hawaii (my dad traveled a lot for work, so we paid for most of the trip using his airline miles). We went hiking at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to a spot where we came within reach of red hot lava. The flow was slow enough that the park rangers determined that it was safe for visitors to walk right up to it.