Giddyup! The former president – and possible future First Gentleman – wants to ride through Mongolia
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Hard to believe, but there are still corners of the world the well-traveled former President Bill Clinton hasn’t seen.

At a weekend celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Clinton presidential library in Little Rock, Arkansas, POLITICO asked the former President, 68, for a peek at his bucket list.

“I would like to ride a horse across the Gobi Desert to the place where people think Genghis Khan is buried in Mongolia,” Clinton said, just warming up.

“I would like to climb Kilimanjaro before it has no snow because of climate change. That’s something I’d really like to do,” he added.

And, finally, Namibia made the cut. That’s where daughter Chelsea and son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky honeymooned after their 2012 marriage. Its appeal to Clinton? “I would like to go and see the oldest desert on Earth.”

Now, if his wife, Hillary, decides to run for president in 2016, he may just have to settle in the short term for the snows of Iowa and New Hampshire.

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