I've never really thought much about bucket lists, because if ever I think, "Oh, I wouldn't mind doing that", I just go right on ahead and do it. I've:
tandem skyjumped; paraglided; white water rafted; zip-lined; around-lake-cycled; mountain-hiked; extensively kayaked, taught myself shorthand and passed exams, developed plantar fasciitis of the heel (Oh, wait, no - scrub 'plantar fasciitis' from my bucket list, I didn't plan on getting that!) ... and there's probably other stuff, too, that I can't remember but I will maybe, within the hour, slap my forehead and shout, "Goodness, I've also done that!"
There is one thing I wish I'd done. Learn to play piano. I did go to lessons when I was twelve. I got as far as 'God Save the Queen' and "Home on the Range" on sheer memory power alone but when it came to actually reading music, everything was hopeless. I gave it all up as a bad job. Anyway, I just didn't seem to have enough fingers for what was required to do on that darn keyboard.
PS: the new revamped American "Beauty and the Beast" starts tomorrow night on NZ tv. It stars Jay Ryan, a New Zealander who somehow has managed to pass me by in all my tv viewing years. He's been in a lot of Aussie stuff that's come onto our screens, of which I also seemed to have missed.