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49 journeys that’ll change your life

August 14, 2013

CNN Travel

What makes a great journey?

A guaranteed transporting experience, first and foremost.

But after that it all depends on how you define “journey.”

If your version is restricted to a paved surface, at least two wheels and an engine, with a clear point A and B (and let’s not forget the cupholders), this list may not be for you.

Or maybe it is — if you’re flexible enough to allow an elevator shaft in Taipei or a flight of stairs on a remote island in the South Atlantic to also qualify.

And a reindeer sled or a pair of ice skates or a Ferrari-styled roller coaster car to constitute a fair SMT (Suggested Mode of Transport).

What makes these 49 trips (listed in no particular order) the “best” ones out there? Ruthless subjectivity and provocative resolve to hear back from you about the 500 better ones we overlooked.

Some of these journeys can (or must) be done in a matter of minutes. Others may require at least one lifetime.

All of them are moving adventures worthy of true road warrior spirit — in the broadest sense — and solid proof that “moving about” is humanity’s greatest obsession.

What’s your favorite journey? Share it in the comments section.

 

1. Moscow to Vladivostok, Russia

trans-siberian expressLake Baikal — Russia’s way of saying: “Look at me.”

SMT: Train

Board the Trans-Siberian Express in Moscow and rumble east into Russia’s interminable backcountry where the (relatively momentary) appearance of Lake Baikal reminds you you’re not on Jupiter.

Pull into the port of Vladivostok, 9,300 kilometers, seven days and eight time zones later. Yep, you’ve just clickety-clacked across a quarter of the earth’s circumference.

www.transsiberian.com

2. Sydney to several remote pubs, Australia

SMT: Helicopter

The world’s only helicopter pub crawl we know of departs from Sydney, soaring above the city’s famed harbor and touching down at several historic drinking holes spread across the beautiful (but curiously out-of-focus by mid-afternoon) New South Wales countryside.

www.sydneyhelicopters.com.au

3. Inca Trail, Peru

SMT: Foot

The groundwork for South America’s legendary cloud-forest, Andes-hugging, thin-air trek to Machu Picchu was laid over 500 years ago.

And the payoff at the end of your four-day, 43-kilometer hike — gazing upon the legendary “Lost City of the Incas” with your own eyes — remains as life-enhancing today as it was for pre-Columbian royalty.

www.incatrailperu.com

4. Cape Town to Cairo, Africa

SMT: Your wits and 10 weeks minimum

Cape-to-Cairo. It just rolls off the tongue. Launching an independent road trip the length of Africa, on the other hand — 17,000 kilometers and 11 countries (or so), featuring Victoria Falls, Mt. Kilimanjaro, lion and Whirling Dervish encounters, etc. — is a different story.

We can’t wait to hear about it.

5. Adelaide to Darwin, Australia

SMT: Greyhound Bus

It’s been called “the longest bus ride in the world” — a debatable factoid you won’t bother disputing after rolling for at least 42 hours (plus a six-hour layover in Alice Springs) along the planet’s most desolate, Greyhound-friendly continental midsection.

The draw: spectacular side trip opportunities en route, from spectacular Katherine Gorge and Ayers Rock to an underground bunker hotel room in Coober Pedy. All cheaply chauffeured by a trusty Greyhound driver who has to stay awake for you.

www.greyhound.com.au

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6. 0 to 240 km/hr, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Ferrari World roller coasterPlease try to keep your arms, legs and internal organs inside the car. SMT: Ferrari Formula One-Styled Roller Coaster Car

Q: Does riding a roller coaster count as a “journey?”

A: On the world’s fastest one, a Grand Prix-themed beast with Ferrari-styled cars that accelerates to 240 kilometers per hour in four seconds, hits 4.8Gs and requires the use of goggles — yes.

www.ferrariworldabudhabi.com

7. Amritsar, India to ‘Shangri-La’

SMT: Royal Enfield

What’s really stopping you from touring India’s Himalayan foothills to the border of Tibet on a 500cc Royal Enfield Bullet? … Maps? A guide and team of on-call mechanics? A Royal Enfield motorcycle?

All of that’s included in TransIndus’s 15-day Trans-Himalayan Odyssey — hairpinning through mountain passes, sweeping valleys and some of the most stunning alpine scenery you’ll ever witness astride India’s version of a Harley.

www.transindus.co.uk

8. Union Square to Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco

SMT: Cable car

Buy your US$5 ticket at the Market St. turntable and line up with all the other tourists. Board either the Powell-Mason or Powell-Hyde line.

Roll north past Union Square, along the edge of Chinatown, up and over Nob & Russian Hills, and down to Fisherman’s Wharf, clanging all the way.

Check it off the list. You can bike across the Golden Gate Bridge tomorrow.

www.sfcablecar.com

9. Ground floor to 89th floor, Taipei 101, Taiwan

SMT: Elevator

We love the vertigo-inducing, glass-fronted ride up Toronto’s CN Tower too. But for the sheer pleasure of blasting above the stifling masses in a steel box that “pushes the limits of people-mover technology,” according to Popular Mechanics, nothing quite matches an elevator trip up Taiwan’s Taipei 101.

No longer the world’s tallest building and fastest elevator, it remains the greatest vertical road to instant urban tranquility. One way ticket to the 89th-floor observation deck, please.

www.taipei-101.com.tw

10. C2C Trail, England

SMT: Hiking boot and walking stick (Optional: Flock of Sheep and Border Collie)

Northern England’s Coast-To-Coast Trail (a.k.a. the “C2C”) stretches 192 miles from the Irish Sea at St. Bee’s to the North Sea at Robin Hood’s Bay, rambling through England’s famed Lake District and other picturesque settings with kindly folk and pubs.

Yes, you’ll be walking across an entire country. No, it shouldn’t wreck your knees or take more than a couple of weeks.

www.wainwright.org.uk

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11. South Rim to Phantom Ranch, Grand Canyon, Arizona

Grand Canyon mule trekFour legs good — so much better than four wheels. SMT: Mule

Hoofing down Grand Canyon National Park’s main artery, Bright Angel Trail, into the world’s most famous cleft is just easier and more sure-footed on a set of four hooves.

Book your mule at least a year in advance for the “Overnight Ride,” which includes a night at the bottom of the Grand Canyon at historic Phantom Ranch.

www.nps.gov

12. Khan Khentii, Mongolia

SMT: Yak

There’s only one place in the world to experience a Mongolian Yak Safari — and we all know where that is.

Peregrine’s 14-day intro to Mongolia starts in Ulaanbaatar and features a three-day trek into the vast Khan Kentii wilderness with nothing but a yak-driven support vehicle, some local herdsman and your emerging ancient nomadic spirit.

www.peregrineadventures.com

13. Reykjavik to … Reykjavik, Iceland

SMT: Rental car

Iceland’s definitive 1,339-kilometer loop around the country along Route 1 (or The Ring Road) winds past remote glacial plains and weathered lava lands, over narrow wooden bridges, along steep sea-cliff-lined switchbacks, past endearing towns with unpronounceable names (Kirkjubæjarklaustur anyone?), and so on.

In the summer, you get to drive it in uninterrupted daylight.

www.visiticeland.com

14. Rideau Canal, Ottawa

SMT: Ice skates

Come winter, Canada’s most famous recreational waterway (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) turns into a skateway — and the world’s largest ice rink.

Hardy Canadian locals commute to work this way, along a maintained section that runs for nearly eight miles through downtown Ottawa. Yes, you can rent skates at the canal, hold a black briefcase and pretend you’re doing the same. 

www.ottawatourism.ca

15. Amsterdam, Netherlands to Istanbul, Turkey (or equivalent)

SMT: Anything on the ground. Nothing in the air

It really doesn’t matter how you do it, or which pair of polar European cities you start and finish from — as long as they’re about a dozen countries apart and you don’t cave and fly anywhere.

Mile-per-mile, overlanding across Europe remains the most definitive cross-cultural voyage anywhere.

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16. Naples to Amalfi, Italy

amalfi coast roadGreat roads are even better if someone else is doing the driving.

SMT: Taxi

Why deal with Italian traffic while trying to sneak breathtaking seaside views along the Amalfi Coast when you can just hop into the back of a taxi driven by an experienced local who can handle this winding, precipitous road while yelling at his wife on the phone while playing tour guide and gazing admiringly out at Capri himself?

17. Milford Track, New Zealand

SMT: Foot

“The finest walk in the world.” A few hikes around the globe have been granted this status, including New Zealand’s signature 53.5-kilometer foot path through the heart of Fiordland National Park — which might just get the nod for its spectacular South Island imagery and trekker-friendly lodging along the 5-day route.

Guided tours can be booked through the Milford Track’s licensed operator, Ultimate Hikes.

www.ultimatehikes.co.nz

18. Deadwood to Custer State Park, South Dakota

SMT: Harley Davidson

Home to the famous annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, South Dakota’s signature rider rite of passage is the Black Hills Run (a.k.a. “the steeplechase for bikes”) — a rolling, winding, wildly scenic journey from the former gold boomtown of Deadwood to the bison-rich fields of Custer State Park, with a pullout at Mount Rushmore.

19. Tashkent Metro, Uzbekistan

SMT: Subway train

The Moscow and Paris subways get plenty of attention. May we now acquaint you with Uzbekistan’s pin-up subterranean rapid transit system?

The Tashkent Metro is one of only two subways in Central Asia. This one’s not just nicer than Kazakhstan’s, but is one of the world’s most unsung, ornate subways — featuring 29 uniquely-designed stations of glass, granite, marble and carved alabaster, designed by prominent artists and architects.

There’s no red, blue or green line quite like it.

20. Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Island, Canada

SMT: Car with good brakes and Gordon Lightfoot CD set

If there’s a bucket list drive in the Canadian Maritimes, it’s this 298-kilometer loop around the top of Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island — featuring stunning Atlantic Coast scenery, numerous small-town seafood stops, whale sightings and superb day-trip hikes in Cape Breton Highlands National Park.

www.cabottrail.com

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21. Lapland, Sweden

Lapland tripAnd you thought they only worked one day a year.

SMT: Reindeer sled

In the Swedish Arctic, you don’t have to be Santa to get pulled by a team of reindeer through the pristine Scandinavian tundra.

Sign up for a four-day, deer sledding expedition guided by local Sámi herdsmen with Nature Travels, and it’s like Christmas came early in Lapland.

www.naturetravels.co.uk

22. Esquel to Ingeniero Jacobacci, Patagonia, Chile

SMT: Train

Calling any 1930s-era steam locomotive that maxes out at about 45 kilometers per hour on even older narrow-gauge track an express may be a stretch.

Board La Trochita (a.k.a. The Patagonian Express) and the thinking is, why would you want to go any faster through 400 kilometers of haunting scenery at the bottom of the world in an old, rattling wooden train car?

23. Grenada to Cape Vincent, Caribbean

SMT: Foot, taxi, ferry, mailboat

Grab a taxi in Grenada, board the Osprey Express for the 90-minute ferry to Carriacou. Run to the mailboat docks parked at the Government Dock in Hillsborough to get you across the border to Union island.

From there, catch an early morning ferry to Bequia and then board the Bequia Express to St. Vincent.

Who’d have thought the best inter-island road trip in the outer-Caribbean would be this easy?

www.discoversvg.com

24. Big Sur and the rest of California Highway 1

SMT: RV

California’s most magnificent patch of coast, Big Sur, winds for 93 gorgeous, perilous miles between San Simeon (Hearst Castle) and Carmel — summoning great waves of joy, awe and car-sickness all in one movable sitting.

Getting above it all in a motor home lets you make use of over a dozen federal, state and private campgrounds hiding along the Big Sur coast and experience the rest of California’s spectacular, paved edge along Highway 1.

www.bigsurcalifornia.org

25. Athens to Marathon, Greece

SMT: Jogging shoes

More than 550 official marathon races in 69 countries on all seven continents are held annually around the world — but the first one was run 2,500 years ago by a single Greek herald named Pheidippides who, legend has it, raced from Marathon to Athens (roughly 26 miles) in 490 BC to announce victory over Persia before dying on the spot.

Train responsibly and you’ll fare better on this hilly route that attracts thousands of bibbed heralds running from Marathonas to Athens’ Panathinaikon Stadium in the annual Athens Classic Marathon — held every fall.

www.athensclassicmarathon.gr

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26. Turbo, Colombia to Buenos Aires, Argentina

Pan-American-HighwayOne road, a few wheels, a million memories.

SMT: Reliable car with easily replaceable parts

If there’s an easy way to drive the length of South America, it’s along the Pan-American Highway — a.k.a. “the world’s longest motorable road” (which, technically, begins in Alaska).

Skipping the North and Central America part should make journeying through Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile and Argentina a relative breeze. If you’re in Suriname, you made a wrong turn.

27. Calgary to Banff, Alberta

SMT: Car

The straightest shot from Calgary to Banff National Park is along the four-lane Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1). But this is a road trip, right?

Opting for the alternate, two-lane route, Highway 1A, a picture-perfect, two-laner snaking along the quiet Bow river leads to the same pinch-me Canadian Rocky Mountain scenery at a far more enjoyable pace with some quaint small towns thrown in and a drive-by past the very spot where “Legends of the Fall” was filmed.

The moral of this story: wherever you are, don’t snub that “A” route.

28. Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

SMT: Reliable car with Mexican auto insurance

Driving 1,700 kilometers of Highway 1 in Mexico’s Baja Peninsula at 80 kilometers per hour from Tijuana to Cabo San Lucas will take you 21.25 hours if you don’t stop.

But you will stop. Possibly to change a tire or placate a bored 18-year-old Federale at a checkpoint in the middle of nowhere.

Or, mainly, just to marvel upon one of the wildest desert-meets-seascapes on earth. Just don’t forget that insurance.

www.discoverbajacalifornia.com

29. Oslo to Bergen, Norway

SMT: Train or mountain bike — or both

Northern Europe’s most gorgeous mountain- and fjord-fringed terrain sits between Norway’s capital and the west coast city of Bergen. The easy way to see it: on the 290-mile-long Bergen railway.

The harder way: on mountain bike along dirt service roads following the tracks. The happy medium: On the train to the top of the pass and downhill to Bergen on a mountain bike.

www.visitnorway.com

30. Anywhere on Antarctica

SMT: Double-hulled ship, Zodiac boat and (important) foot

Reaching the huge tabular icebergs, frenzies of wild penguins and bleached, otherworldly shores of Antarctica may be the best approximation to interplanetary travel on earth — but it ain’t a real journey unless you actually set foot on the place.

The majority of cruise ship visitors admire the White Continent from a distance without ever leaving their ship.

For an up-close, intimate journey that lets you actually stand on Antarctica instead of squint at it from the Lido Deck, sign on with an IAATO-member vessel specializing in leading smaller groups and offering multiple shore excursions.

iaato.org

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31. Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

Maasai Mara National parkHippos, zebras and just out of sight a bunch of mesmerized tourists.

SMT: Horse

Witnessing Africa’s animals in a Land Rover is thrilling. Interacting with them on horseback — galloping alongside zebra, giraffe and antelope — on a riding safari with moving camps and local Masai tribesmen in the mix is a whole other deal.

Equitours’ flagship tour, traversing Kenya’s wildlife-rich Masai Mara National Reserve, features 11 days of basically playing Hemingway without the gun.

www.ridingtours.com

32. Coast to coast, Corsica, France

SMT: Renault Clio

There are many places to go for a white-knuckle test drive in a small European car, but none as simultaneously scenic, charming and full of random goat herds as Corsica.

Test your skills on the west coast’s D-81 above Piana, Cap Corse’s D-80, and the interior’s D-623 near Restonica Gorge. D = Dramatic on any of them.

Train travel on the single-track Trinighellu (“Trembler”) line is a scenic alternative, carving across the island’s mountainous center.

33. Campbell River, Vancouver Island, Canada

SMT: Snorkel and fins

Every year, thousands of salmon complete their own incredible road trip up Vancouver Island’s Campbell River, one of the Pacific Northwest’s most populated spawning grounds.

A three-hour “Snorkel with the Salmon” tour is on offer from Destiny River Adventures with their final leg floating down a not-so-lazy river with a mask and snorkel.

Best salmon run viewing is between late August and mid-September when all five native Pacific species (pink, coho, chinook, sockeye and chum) are present.

www.destinyriver.com

34. Chiang Mai Hill Country, Thailand

SMT: Elephant

Thailand’s estimated 2,000 domestic elephants have (at least officially) retired from logging duties and in the best cases found a more sustainable life in the tourism industry.

Your first job before climbing aboard one: finding a company with a humane track record.

Elephant “treks” range from short guided walks in Phuket to longer expeditions in Northern Thailand’s Hill Country — including a three-day tromp through the Baan Na Kled Hoi jungle near Chiang Mai, interacting with Thai hill tribes and an amazing creature you can’t quite believe you’re sitting on.

www.asianelephantsafari.com

35. Chama, New Mexico to Antonito, Colorado

SMT: Narrow gauge train

Between late September and early October, the best fall-color experience on steam-powered wheels is chugging between Chama, New Mexico and Antonito, Colorado on the historic Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad.

Board at either end for a full- or half-day chug through Carson and Rio Grande National Forests, old sheep ranches and ghost towns lit up with autumn leaves.

Along the way, you’ll push beyond 10,000 feet at Cumbres Pass — the highest pass reached by rail in the country.

cumbrestoltec.com

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36. Somewhere to wherever you end up, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Bangladeshi rickshawAnd all for less than the cost of your coffee at the end of the journey.

SMT: Rickshaw

It’s the journey, not the destination. We’ve all heard that old road trip adage — which has a special meaning while riding in the back of a brightly-adorned rickshaw in Dhaka, the unofficial “Rickshaw Capital of the World.”

Weaving through ridiculous traffic in one of 400,000 cycle-rickshaws at last count, who really cares where you’re actually going? Just savor the ride.

37. Jamestown to Halfmoon Hollow, Saint Helena, United Kingdom

SMT: Quads, glutes and calves

Napoleon, died eight years before “Jacob’s Ladder” was built on St. Helena to transport goods from Jamestown to the top of Ladder Hill.

That means climbing the vertiginous stone stairway’s 699 steps from sea level to 600 feet puts you in an elite group that even an exiled French emperor isn’t part of. Don’t forget to buy your souvenir “completion” certificate at the nearby museum.

www.sthelenatourism.com

38. Sunrise at Mt. Batur, Bali, Indonesia

SMT: Shuttle van, foot

Get picked up from your hotel in the wee hours and ascend the forested, volcanic flanks of central Bali’s, 5,633-foot Mt. Batur at pre-dawn.

Atop the crater rim at sunrise you can gaze out while your guide cooks eggs on steaming hot rocks before hustling back down the live volcano.

Contact Bali Sunrise Trekking Tours or numerous other companies offering this trip, or book your own guide independently with the Association of Mount Batur Trekking Guides.

www.balisunrisetours.com

39. Lukla to Everest Base Camp, Nepal

SMT: Feet and Lungs

Hop a quick flight from Katmandu to Lukla — home of the world’s most hair-raising landing strip. Then start walking.

At least a week is recommended for the 62-kilometer trek up to Everest Base Camp, winding through Himalayan imagery and mountain villages colored in prayer flags en route to the gates of the world’s highest peak.

Before turning around, wish all those mid-May crazies luck who call this oddly crowded spot just the beginning of their upward journey.

www.hiking-trekking.com

40. Denali Highway, Alaska

SMT: Dogsled

You don’t need to be an Iditarod athlete to experience authentic dog travel in the Alaskan wilderness — but you will need to go to mushing school.

Fairbanks-based Paws for Adventure runs half- and full-day mushing classes and dogsledding overnights for the rest of us who won’t be racing 1,150 miles from Anchorage to Nome this year.

Their signature Alaskan Range Expedition is five nights of dogsled travel up and around the Denali Highway and McClaren Glacier. Not a sound but falling snow and jingling collars.

www.pawsforadventure.com

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41. Merzouga to Erg Chebbi, Morocco

camel trek, moroccoGreat journeys aren’t always comfortable.

SMT: Camel

Anyone drawn to the romance of camel travel probably hasn’t ridden one lately — but is there a more primal place on earth to experience it than in the world’s largest desert?

The massive dunes of Erg Chebbi in southeastern Morocco are your portal into the Sahara from the tiny camel-trekking-serviced village of Merzouga. Yeah, you’re out there.

www.cameltrekking.com

42. Cape Town to Hermanus or further, South Africa

SMT: Car

The most relentlessly pleasant drive on the bottom of the world starts in Cape Town and skirts east along the Western Cape past charming seaside villages, vineyards, beaches and marine mammal overlooks to Hermanus — “South Africa’s Whale Town.”

That’s the quick 120-kilometer version. Add a zero and you can continue this South African coastal odyssey all the way to Durban.

43. The Great Wall, China

SMT: Foot

China’s Great Wall sees about 20,000 daily tourists in its busiest section near Beijing. But that just leaves other magnificent parts of this 21,000-kilometer, two-millennia-in-the-making, not-so-modest masonry project foot-traffic free.

For example, sign up for ICA’s WildWall Extreme trek-a five-day camping trip along 40 kilometers of remote Great Wall in neighboring Hebei Province, and the world’s most wondrous wall was built just for you this week.

www.mountainbikingasia.com

44. New Delhi to Agra, India

SMT: Tour bus

Define “tour bus” anyway you like, but the roads out of Delhi are so much nicer when someone else has to drive them.

A mere 200 kilometers southeast of this madness takes you to Agra and that checklist-notching date with the Taj Mahal.

45. Scotsdale to Upper Sonoran Desert, Arizona

SMT: Hummer

In Greater Phoenix, one can admire only so much saguaro and roadkill from behind the wheel of a white rented Neon.

The cure: offroading deep into the area’s rugged outback, the Sonoran Desert, at night with an ITT GEN 3 Night Vision Scope when the temperature’s dipped below 120 and the tarantulas, scorpions, wild pigs and Gila Monsters are just waking up.

www.dshummer.com

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46. Chamonix, France to Zermatt, Switzerland

Chamonix skiing adventureWho said skiing was all downhill?

SMT: Skis and crampons

The Haute Route (High Route), Europe’s most famous backcountry ski tour, traverses 120 kilometers of glaciated terrain from Chamonix to Zermatt and has been called the “the hut-to-hut tour to end all hut-to-hut tours” and the “the lifelong dream of fanatical off-piste skiers everywhere.”

Mountain Tracks offers a nine-day, all-inclusive journey along a select route tailored to avoid over-trafficked areas.

www.mountaintracks.co.uk

47. Dingle Peninsula, Ireland

SMT: Car or foot

Even if you don’t know the Dingle Peninsula yet, you already kind of do. Tucked away on Ireland’s southwest coast in ultra-scenic County Kerry, it packs scores of classic Irish images.

Craggy mountains swaddled in mist. Tilted green hills matted with yellow gorse and lined with old stone walls. Sawtoothed, frothy Atlantic shorelines. An old fellow squinting at you by the side of a quaint back road in a gray tweed cap with his ten million sheep.

The Dingle Peninsula is a microcosm of the Irish coast in one ruggedly stunning package that you can loop around by car in a single day. But make it at least two-or three.

Or over a week, if you have the time and quad muscles to hoof around the peninsula on the 179-kilometer Dingle Way, one of the country’s most spectacular long-distance walking trails.

www.dingle-peninsula.ie

48. Guadalajara to Amititán, Mexico

SMT: “Tequila Express” train

Most classic weekend road trips are much happier on the way there than backThe Tequila Express is one notable exception.

You can board in Guadalajara at 10:30am, roll past agave covered hillsides into the village of Amititán (a.k.a. the birthplace of tequila) where you’ll visit some of the world’s oldest tequila distilleries — before returning in a raucous train car full of passengers loaded on tequila, conga-lining to a mariachi band. Salud!

www.tequilaexpress.com

49. Pitesti to Cartisoara, Romania

SMT: Car, motorcycle or (gasp) bicycle

A couple seasons ago, “Top Gear” host Jeremy Clarkson put South-Central European scenic mountain driving on the map by exclaiming, “This is the best road in the world,” while touring Romania’s national route 7C (a.k.a. the Transfagarasan Highway) with an Aston Martin, Ferrari and a Lamborghini.

That’s in spite of the potholes, crumbly hairpins and tempestuous conditions that make this secluded, serpentining 90-kilometer, former military route through gorgeous Carpathian mountainscapes (and right past Vlad the Impaler’s old hilltop digs) undriveable between mid-fall and late spring.

So come in the summer.

www.exploringromania.com

Originally published November 2012, updated August 2013.

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152 Responses to “49 journeys that’ll change your life”

  1. Marcia Hester Says:

    how many models of Royal enfield are there in the market? and which one is the best in Mileage? also plz let me know mileage, efficiency and price of all models in hyderabdad.

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  2. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    I really like the style of the Royal Enfield bullets-and the price as well too :). After some looking around I have read that they are not very good bikes- so i was wondering what other brands have some similar styles to this? I am just beginning to get interested in motorcycles so any help would be appreciated.

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  3. Joanne Mefford Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

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  4. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

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  5. Deborah Holliday Says:

    I need as many as we can think up…
    Here are the ones I have so far…

    All We Need is Love
    I Will Always Love You
    Love Can Build a Bridge
    Can You Feel The Love Tonight

    Most songs wins.

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  6. Melissa Nason Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  7. Melisa Klenke Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  8. Cecilia Osburn Says:

    I want to know whether I can import my Royal Enfield Bullet 350 to Ontario, Canada.
    If yes, then what will be the custom duty and other expenses?
    And what modifications i’ll have to do to the bike to make it road legal?
    What are the legal noise levels in Canadian law?

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  9. Monique Spalding Says:

    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

    Reply

  10. Monique Spalding Says:

    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

    Reply

  11. Molly Griego Says:

    I’m interested in learning to ride a motorcycle. I’ve really looked into the Royal Enfield Bullet 500 (499cc) as a first purchase. I’m looking to get this bike to ride around a very residential area solely for the purpose of the ride. Any thoughts if this bike is a good place to start, or just a little too much bike?

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  12. Noemi Madero Says:

    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

    Reply

  13. Carrie Major Says:

    Im planning to book a royal enfield classic Desert storm. It has a long waiting period of 8 months. sigh. But i need to own a bullet. Does it have any flaws.? Heard the c5 has vibrations that is annoying. Im stuck between c3 & c5. Which one should i go for ? mileage is not a problem factor for me. What im looking for is good comfort, power & handling. Is it true tht c5 has high vibration while riding ?

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  14. Christy Says:

    Im planning to book a royal enfield classic Desert storm. It has a long waiting period of 8 months. sigh. But i need to own a bullet. Does it have any flaws.? Heard the c5 has vibrations that is annoying. Im stuck between c3 & c5. Which one should i go for ? mileage is not a problem factor for me. What im looking for is good comfort, power & handling. Is it true tht c5 has high vibration while riding ?

    Reply

  15. Tia Zuehlke Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  16. Lola Lockwood Says:

    I need to know what US customs require if any when I ship my bike to Hawaii. Any adjustments I need to make on the Royal Enfield? Any paperwork I must have on the enfield? Do you know what different specs Korea has on the enfield vs the US enfields? Its been my dream to own one these ever since I joined the service!

    Reply

  17. Maricela Rothrock Says:

    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

    Reply

  18. Roslyn Pasley Says:

    Hi, I m planning to get a royal enfield from army auction. I m unaware about the condition of the vehicle. I want to to know whether it can be repaired. How much will it cost me to completely bring the vehicle to good condition and for repainting.

    Reply

  19. Loretta Neale Says:

    All the silver coloured parts of my royal Enfield thunderbird got rusted due to Mumbai moisture and rains. Suggest any places in Mumbai where I can get all the silver coloured parts re painted with the same look.

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    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

    Reply

  23. Marcie Thach Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

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    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

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  26. Eberhard Says:

    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

    Reply

  27. Carrie Major Says:

    http://www.dailyinfo.co.uk/images/cinema/shawshank-redemption.jpg

    That is the image that i must write about in an essay…The question asks how we are encouraged to make certain meanings about society through the editors use of conventions such as camera angle..lighting et cetera.

    What does this poster say about man? What does the editor want us to make meaning of?

    I am really befuddled!!!

    Im not asking anyone to write the essay!
    If someone could just come up with some phrases of meanings they managed to make so i could use that as a building point, that would be awesome!

    Reply

  28. Stella Sotelo Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  29. Melisa Klenke Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  30. Melisa Klenke Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  31. Heidi Cabrera Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  32. Annette Cutter Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  33. Molly Griego Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  34. Melissa Nason Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

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  35. Molly Griego Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

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  36. Abbey Spencer Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  37. Louisa Ellman Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  38. Serena Frieden Says:

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    I failed first year university and since my GPA was too low they kicked me out for a year. I am pretty sure I have Aspergers which is why I cannot make friends or get a girlfriend. Literally ate every meal alone in the cafeteria for my entire first year of univesity. I lived on student residence yet no one liked me.

    I am worthless and literally all I am good at is malware development, website development/design, and playing guitar. I started working as a janitor and this will be all I will ever do for the rest of my life. I live in a house with four girls and no I am not gay just a loser, but I can afford my share of the rent. I will be doing this for the rest of my life while every day after coming home from work I will get high and drink alcohol until the day I decide to kill myself. So how do I tell my parents this?

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  39. Opal Morrill Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

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  40. Molly Griego Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  41. Abbey Spencer Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

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  42. Marcia Hester Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

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  43. Kathleen Frias Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

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  44. Kathleen Frias Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  45. Roslyn Pasley Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

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  46. Lola Lockwood Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  47. Amie Wolken Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  48. Elinor Tuten Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  49. Noemi Madero Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  50. Melissa Nason Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  51. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  52. Maggie Saucier Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  53. Patty Guest Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

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  54. Molly Griego Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

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  55. Joanne Mefford Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  56. Annette Cutter Says:

    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

    Reply

  57. Elinor Sturgell Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  58. Janet Somerville Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  59. Abbey Spencer Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  60. Maggie Saucier Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  61. Serena Frieden Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  62. Patsy Herring Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  63. Harriett Legler Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  64. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  65. Carrie Major Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  66. Kathleen Frias Says:

    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

    Reply

  67. Marcia Hester Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  68. Elyn Patchman Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  69. Monique Spalding Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  70. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  71. Desmarais Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  72. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  73. Tia Zuehlke Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  74. Alejandra Fleishman Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  75. Joanne Mefford Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  76. Carrie Major Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  77. Elyn Patchman Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  78. Janet Somerville Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  79. Opal Morrill Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  80. Malinda Shurtliff Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  81. Roslyn Pasley Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  82. Amy Lemaster Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  83. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  84. Annette Cutter Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  85. Deborah Holliday Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  86. Maggie Saucier Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  87. Deborah Holliday Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  88. Kathleen Frias Says:

    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

    Reply

  89. Monique Spalding Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  90. Melissa Nason Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  91. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  92. Maggie Saucier Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  93. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  94. Louisa Ellman Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  95. Harriett Legler Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  96. Annette Cutter Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  97. Marcia Hester Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  98. Loretta Neale Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  99. Patsy Herring Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  100. Monique Spalding Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  101. Margery Degarmo Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  102. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  103. Tia Zuehlke Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  104. Lizzie Galatioto Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  105. Marcie Carew Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  106. Abbey Spencer Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  107. Roslyn Pasley Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  108. Lizzie Galatioto Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  109. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  110. Lizzie Galatioto Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  111. Gloria Hester Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  112. Amy Lemaster Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  113. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  114. Margery Degarmo Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  115. Carrie Major Says:

    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

    Reply

  116. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  117. Molly Griego Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  118. Kathleen Frias Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  119. Serena Frieden Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  120. Noemi Madero Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  121. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  122. Heidi Cabrera Says:

    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

    Reply

  123. Elyn Patchman Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  124. Melissa Nason Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  125. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  126. Joanne Mefford Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  127. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  128. Sonia Gourley Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  129. Maricela Rothrock Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  130. Marcia Hester Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  131. Marcie Carew Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  132. Cecilia Osburn Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  133. Abbey Spencer Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  134. Elinor Sturgell Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  135. Elinor Tuten Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  136. Heidi Cabrera Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  137. Anne Felton Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  138. Melisa Klenke Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  139. Melissa Nason Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  140. Lorrie Lauro Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  141. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  142. Harriett Legler Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  143. Noemi Madero Says:

    I am compiling from the 1940’s to current …….thank you for helping!

    Reply

  144. Kathleen Frias Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  145. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  146. Joanne Mefford Says:

    If so, what ends at 39? What age bracket do you consider or did you consider to be the best years of your life?

    Is 50 better than 40? Why?

    Is 40 better than 30 Why?

    What about 60 as compared to all the other ages referenced above?

    I’ve had a pretty rotton year, I’d go as far as to say the worst of my whole life……..I turned 39 in June so I am painfully aware this is THE END of my 30s, and sadly I thought things would have been different when I rewind back to my life plans that I had setup when I was in my early 20s.

    I sure could use some inspiration right now……

    Throw in your 2 cents worth! All ages welcomed!!

    Reply

  147. Malinda Shurtliff Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  148. Maggie Saucier Says:

    I’m 15 6 foot 200 pounds and quite good looking but I’m fat
    Loads of stuff in my life is pi**ing me off, My weight how I look, why Im so shy, why sometimes I have no balls, Why I can’t never get things right first time, why I’m so nice.
    I’ve had troubles with girls, I’ve liked 2 girls and really liked in the past 2 1/2 months but had to move on because they like somebody else. I can never get a girlfriend. Im just the “nice” or “cute” one and that’s all I am.. No girls mates want my number or phone me, unlike all my other mates!ARGGG
    I hate the way i say something then realise there was no point doing or it was the wrong thing.I’m fed up with where I go every boring weekend with friends. I’ve got tones of GCSE stuff.
    I’m not like depressed, and I’m on top of everything.
    I’ve put myself on a diet, already I’ve lost 4 pounds in two weeks, and I’m occupied in my free time.
    Now I’m not depressed I just know who I am
    Any help, guidance, advice or wisdom would be good please
    Thanks

    Reply

  149. Opal Morrill Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  150. Heidi Cabrera Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  151. Elyn Patchman Says:

    I’m a 15 yr. old girl (sophomore) and I want to major in becoming an ultrasound technician. I have a few questions:

    – my grades aren’t the best and I plan on going to community college for my first two years and I was wondering if this can affect me getting into the major (do you have to have really good grades)
    – do all colleges have a field for this or do you have to go to a certain college? I’m planning on going to Cal State LA but I don’t think that they have a major in that there. What colleges around LA or in Cali have a major for ultra sound technician?
    -what’s the salary?
    – how many year of college do you have to complete?
    -what does a ultrasound technician really do? I know the basics and stuff like making sure the baby’s fine but what else?
    -is it hard to find a job for this? Are they’re usually many openings?
    -is it fun? stressful? worth the pay?
    -do you have to take any special classes during college for this certain job?

    I know I may not be asking all the right questions but this is what came to mind. I’m not really sure if I want to do this, but it is my first choice. If you have anything more that your like to put down for advice or info feel free too! thanks (:

    Reply

  152. Ali Says:

    My husband and I booked a budget package to Morocco with one of the best Morocco tours companies which was a 3 day tour from Fes to Merzouga desert, through Dades Gorges and then to Marrakech. Our tour guide was Omar and let me just say, he made the entire experience phenomenal. He deserves all of the praise. He went above and beyond to ensure that my husband and I were comfortable and informed of the itinerary at all times. We were comfortable, felt safe and thoroughly enjoyed our time with Omar. We asked him endless questions and he was happy to answer all of them for us and he always made sure we were getting the best prices/deals for anything we wanted to buy. He was extremely professional and always arrived on time. He timed out our trip perfectly to make sure our arrival in the desert coincided with the sunset so we could sit on the sand dunes and watch the sunset (as beautiful as it sounds!). He was a safe driver and was really invested in us enjoying our trip, which showed. There were definitely times when I felt way out of my comfort zone and like I just wanted to go home and have a hot shower but Omar always made our time enjoyable. Like I said, truly a once in a lifetime experience!

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