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Traveling in a wheelchair doesn’t have to be limiting

Traveling in a wheelchair doesn’t have to be limiting

“Inconvenience is adventure wrongly considered, and adventure is inconvenience rightly considered,” Pat announced early in the journey. She had heard the saying at a nephew’s high school graduation ceremony, and it became a motto for our trip.

Katja

4 Comments

  1. mdmhvonpa

    Sally forth!

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  2. gimpy mumpy

    Thanks for sharing the link Katja. I loved the article.

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  3. Katja (Post author)

    I especially liked this article because it showed that the able-bodied author got it, after being educated by her friend.

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  4. darrenh

    This reporter will probably do a lot of good now that they do get “it” now. They’ll take that mindset to endless other stories. The tips for the able-bodied at the end are good reading for those who want to do the right thing, but feel awkward about asking.

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