Where would you like to travel?

OutreachNC asked adults and children our June question. Share your answer on our Facebook page.

Wilmington and Oak Island. When I cross the bridge over the Cape Fear River, I open the windows and take a deep breath. I instantly feel like I am home. —Dawn, 53

Asheville. —Carolyn, 75

Washington, D.C. Love the history, museums and monuments. —Ben, 70

Anywhere and everywhere I can drive in a day.
—Imagene, 78

Any beach with family and friends.  —Lynn, 56

Florida. —Gail, 67

Middle Tennessee and the surrounding outer areas of Nashville. Beautiful woodlands! —Lee, 68

My favorite place is Bald Head Island. This barrier island gives me joy, peace and beauty.
—Maureen, 52

Blowing Rock. —Gloria, 70

Wilmington, Seagrove and the mountains. A friend and I had a wonderful time wandering around looking for waterfalls. —Paula, 69

I love the North Carolina mountains. —Deborah, 63

The beach. —Richard, 92

Anywhere in North Carolina, especially Montreat and Beaufort. —Ann, 88

I would take an airplane to California! —Caroline, 7

Germany, because I want to learn a different language and try different foods. —Lauryn, 9

I would go to Discovery Place to do cool stuff! —John David, 4

Pig island in the Bahamas, because you get to swim with pigs. —Asella, 11

I would go to Banana Town. —Bella, 5

I want to go back in time to see the story of Hamilton. —Evelyn, 6

Museum (of Natural Sciences). —Theo, 3

If I could go anywhere, I would go to Israel because I would like to learn more about my Jewish culture. —Judy, 10

I would go to see Adele in concert in London. That would be so cool. —Hannah, 7½

I would go to Paris, because I love French pastries and the landmarks  there, like the Eiffel Tower. —Dixon, 9

Las Vegas, because it sounds really fun, and I like to be fashionable. —Emily, 6

Outer space to see the moon. —Hannah, 5

Canada. I’ve never been, but I think it would agree with me, and I could see the aurora borealis. —Joel, 7

Fiji, with those huts out in the really pretty water. —Garrett, 10

The Island of Sodor, where Thomas the Tank Engine lives. —Tripp, 6

The sun porch for bird watching and cat naps. —OutreachNC Co-editor Jeeves, 4