Woodstock! I was around but a little too young to be go. To see those great musicians that have since passed would be unbelievable.
@Barb...yeah...that would have been very kewl
Woodstock's a great one.I'd love to go back to when Michelangelo was painting the Sistine Chapel, just to watch it being done.
I would like to travel back to see where my cat Wordsworth went. He went missing 12 years ago and it still kills me not knowing….P.S. Never name cats after poets, it seems to shorten their lives. See Wordy above (missing aged 4) and his brother Byron killed by a car aged 3. Our current cats are McGregor (named after my Scottish clan*) and Mishief (named because she looked like she was going to be trouble) both still going strong aged 15 and 13 respectively....* Never name cats after a Scottish clans – He has turned ginger, drinks too much, eats too much and does not wear anything under his kilt, which would not be too bad except he doesn’t wear a kilt….
I would like to go back in time and meet my Grandparents (they passed away before I was even thought of) and watch them get married.cue....awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeCBGcanadianbloggergirl.blogspot.com
@Jess...lol...I like watching people work too, much more fun than working myself@ blackLog....great advice on cat naming...mine is a mundane Tigger@CBG...very kewl, Ive done quite a bit of genealogy and have often wished I could have met some of my ancestors
I never even would have thought of Woodstock! I was going to say JFK's shooting or the moon landing...hed www.hedabovewater.com
I would have like to have seen the Titanic in all it's glory - just a wee tour, don't want to sail on it cos you all know what happens!
I would like to have been in the room when my ancestors decided to take the trip on the Mayflower! I'd like to hear the planning, scheduling, dreams... I'd like to know the excitement of going somewhere that no one had ever been!
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