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Tucson, AZ: A Snowbird Rolls into the Desert

By DK Davis, who edits a disability newsletter. Click to e-mail him for more information.

“What the heck is that noise? Raccoons mating? What time is it anyway?”

“That ‘noise’, is the alarm. The time is 3:15. […]

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Washington DC: Access with a Capital A

By Adam Lloyd

As a native of D.C. it is easy to overlook the wealth of sights and activities which Washington has to offer its visitors. The inspirational memorials, the huge array of museums, tours of […]

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Weekend in NYC: A Small Bite of the Big Apple

By Adam Lloyd

Attempting to tour America’s largest city in a single weekend is like dining at an all-you-can-eat buffet; unless you’re prepared to make yourself incredibly sick, you simply can’t try everything. However, you can […]

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Great Falls National Park

By Russ Henderson

Great Falls National Park is an 800 acre jewel of a park, situated adjacent to the Potomac River and just 17 miles from the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C. After passing a seemingly […]

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Honolulu, Oahu: The Gathering Place

By Dawn Beers Carter

Oahu, Hawaii, the name of the island may not be as familiar as its major city, Honolulu. However, there is no separating Oahu from its popularized images of gorgeous beaches with breathtaking […]

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Las Vegas: Handicapping Your Travel Bets

By Adam Lloyd

Waiting in the seats at the airport are the usual collection of colorful travelers. Two twenty-something women discuss their strategy for picking lucky numbers. Thick gold jewelry and an Armani suit adorn the […]

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Loco-motion?: Traveling on Amtrak

By Fran Baseden

“Riding the rails” is something that I had not done since the early 1960’s. Taking the Amtrak from Phoenix, AZ, to Dallas, TX, this past Christmas was a big event for me. However, […]

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Alcatraz: An Amazing San Francisco Escape

By Bill Fryer

A few years back, I had the opportunity to visit Alcatraz Island in a wheelchair and would like to share the experience with you. I live in the east so the first part […]

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Fairbanks-Charleston: Crossing a Continent

By Ruth Nickels and Wayne Ashworth

The Aurora Borealis spread brilliantly across the eternal night skyline of Interior Alaska, in the Goldenheart City of Fairbanks. The streaking northern lights danced on the rosy dawn, briefly interrupting […]

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Friends Landing: The Accessible Outdoors

By Jerri Brooker, a freelance writer in Washington State. For more try here.

When David Hamilton, a Trout Unlimited board member, wanted to help a close friend who was having a time accepting life in a […]

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