Age shouldn't hold you back from doing some thing that you truly want to. I don't recommend an elderly person to take up kick boxing or skate boarding, but if they have the mojo then by all means go forth and conquer. I don't have a bucket list, I just have many to-do lists. On top of my list is to sing a duet with Keith Urban! Second on my list is singing lessons!
I'm pretty sure that's what Daisy meant when she asked the question.... Clearly, some activities just become out of the question as you get older. You gave some great examples of things elderly people can't do. I would also like to add Bungee Jumping
We are doing some of our bucket list items now ! Been exploring Singapore. Amsterdam- today we leave for Paris. I really want to go in a hot air balloon etc, I did a hub on creating a bucket list with some of what we want to do in it ! As my knees are getting worse I need to try get through it faster. Do as much as you can while you have your health as things could change in a second .
I want to build myself a tiny house, get my own little piece of land, and live rent-free! Grow some veggies, get back into sewing, painting and photography, and invent a car that generates its own power.
As I continue to get older, I realise there are some things I will not get to see or do before I reach the age of "settling" in life. Doesn't really matter as long as I continue to enjoy each moment. However, would be nice to see all the attractions that my current state has to offer... that may yet be doable.