There may only be a few shorts weeks left before the Summer of 2021 packs up and hits the road. But don't fret too much you still have time to visit some of those amazing items on your Summer bucket list.

Bee Listeners Summer Bucket List Items

We asked our listeners what their summer bucket list items were, which we got for answers.

  1. See a Moose - Hattie: Even if you are a born a raised Mainer seeing a moose is still high on most New Englander's bucket lists.
  2. Go to a Fair - Nancy: Going to a fair might seem like a silly bucket list item, but after the recent pandemic and not being able to attend fairs, I can totally see why.
  3. Blueberry Picking - Sally: Maine is known for its delicious Maine Wild Blueberries. If blueberry picking isn't on your list like Sally's, make sure you add it to your list.
  4. Retire - Lisa: Our listener Lisa is most looking forward to checking retirement off her bucket list. Cheers to a little less work and a lot more relaxing, Lisa.
  5. Whale Watching - Roberta: Whale Watching is one of those traditional Maine adventures that everyone should add to their bucket list.
  6. Metal Detecting - Dalejohn: Metal Detecting has also become a trendy outdoor adventure here in Maine.
  7. Visit the Ocean - Mary: This one shouldn't be too hard to execute as Maine has many gorgeous beaches along its many miles of coastline.
  8. Visit Family & Friends in Nashville - Karen: No matter who you are, visiting with family and friends should always be at the top of your bucket list.
  9. Hike Mt. Katahdin - Ashley: People worldwide make the trek all the way to Maine to summit Mt. Katahdin. Making it one of our listener's top list bucket list items.
  10. Sky Diving - Shawn: Sky diving has become a popular bucket list item over the past few years. If you want to skydive and go white water rafting, Vacationland Sky diving can offer you that with "the Maine experience."

What is on your Summer bucket list?

Bee Listeners Summer Bucket List Items

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