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Silver Lake, Florida: A Kayakers Weekend

By Carri Randall

Just wanted to share my first kayaking experience with you. Greg, my boyfriend, came by after work on Friday, and I knew we were going camping AND kyaking when I saw everything loaded […]

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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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Wichita to Seattle: Two for the Road

By Vera Zahner

A wedding invitation heralded a milestone event in the lives of our treasured friends in Seattle, Washington; only half a continent away from Wichita, Kansas. How did two adults, one a T-6 paraplegic, […]

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Maui, Hawaii: Highs and Lows in the Valley Isle

By Adam Lloyd

Perhaps no place better represents the American ideal of a tropical escape than Hawaii. Volcanoes, waterfalls, black sand beaches, grass skirts, pineapple plantations — what could be more exotic and yet still as […]

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Miami Beach: City of Contrasts

By Adam Lloyd

Miami – the name conjures images of sandy beaches, models in thong bikinis, fast boats, hot nightclubs, and Don Johnson. Or, maybe you think: Salsa music, hand-rolled cigars, black beans and rice, and […]

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Minnesota Dog Sledding Adventure

By Kara Aiello

I love to travel, I always have. Through travel I learn about new cultures and people, challenge fears and prejudices and I do so from the endurance and strength of my wheelchair. Although […]

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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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