After a lot of work, the Bucket List map that this website is based on has been updated to include 5 different layers, which can each be enabled / disabled on the map, making it easier to view.
The layers of the updated Bucket List Map are:
Indicated in green on the map, these are the places that I have visited that I feel are worthy of being indicated on the map.
Indicated in red on the map, these are the places that I want to visit, that I’ve never visited before. If I visit one of these places, it’ll move into the “Visited” category (unless I don’t feel the location is worthwhile enough to include in that category.)
Indicated in yellow on the map, these are places that I’ve been, but I have a specific, compelling reason to return before I’d consider my experience in each location complete.
Indicated in grey on the map (and turned off by default), these are places that I want to visit when I’m in the area, but I don’t anticipate them as being worthy of putting them on the proper “bucket list.” (However, if they prove to be worthy of that list–I’ll move them into the green “visited” category as I visit them.)
Indicated with black markers (and disabled by default), these are places that I may like to go someday eventually, but I won’t go there currently due to safety concerns and/or ethical reasons.