Seeing Europe from a wheelchair

Traveling can be made easier with a wheelchair

Ever wanted to take a cruise but were afraid your wheel chair would get in the way?  Then this review is for you!  My wife, Vallerie, and I love to travel and cruising has become our default vacation experience.  This year she turned 60 and, wanting to do something special for her, I invited our… Read More

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Zion National Park, Utah – Camping, hiking and views galore

Zion National Park

Zion National Park, is one of the gems of the Southwest. With soaring cliffs and plenty of outdoor activities, Zion is a must-do. This beautiful national park, located not far from St. George, Utah, is accessible via the Las Vegas Airport, less than two hours away.

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Springfield’s Walnut Street Inn B&B&B

Walnut Street Inn

The house was built in 1894. Today it has six B&B rooms, two parlors, dining room, kitchen and outside decks and porches.

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Branson Raddison

Branson Raddison. Winter vacations are one of those best kept Ozarks secrets that are the exclusive privilege of the savvy traveler. Snuggle weather in the Ozarks is a bargain and reservations are easy to come by.

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Stitch The National 9/11 Flag at Veterans Homecoming Week

Be a part of the historic stitching ceremony to repair American Flag destroyed on 9/11. Nominations must be received by November 1 and must be submitted online at www.National911Flag.org

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Electric scooters make travel a breeze

Travel can be daunting for those with mobility problems. It is especially hard for those who love to wander down inviting alleys or spend an afternoon at a museum or bazaar. What a tour guide once called a “short walk” through the Halifax, Nova Scotia gardens used up the whole day’s energy for a handicapped… Read More

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