27 natural wonders everyone should see in their lifetime....

That definitely got my attention but as I started going through all these supposed "must see" places I was shocked!!! How could there only be three of them in the U.S?  You mean to tell me that all we have to offer is Yosemite, The Grand Canyon, and Yellowstone National Park? Yes, I want to see the Northern lights in Aurora Borealis, Iceland. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system in the world and is supposed to be the best scuba diving on planet earth. It's so big that you can see it from space but so is the Great Wall of China. I suppose the Maldives are a sight to see,  I mean 26 Atolls or coral based islands covered in white sands sound pretty cool.

But getting back to my point... only three in our great country? How about the beloved home state of Idaho? Picture this, you and and your favorite person in a convertible, Jeep or a truck, The drive starts in Horse Shoe Bend on the 55 where you head north and you can't help but enjoy river views all the way past Banks. Before you know it you're at Smiths Ferry where you experience the wonder that is Rainbow bridge, at this point you haven't even scratched the surface. Thousand Springs, Bear Lake, McCall, Redfish Lake etc. Wait, I'm I sounding like a guy who doesn't have a passport and really likes Idaho?  My bad, here is the link for the 24 other places you must see before you die. https://www.insider.com/natural-wonders-of-the-world-2019-10