Affordable heavy duty wheelchair ramp from Harbor Freight. Photo by Jerry O’Brien
Harbor Freight has been a part of my life for a long time. If you’re not familiar with this bargain hardware giant, they have everything from tools and hardware to tarps, fountains, paint and a whole lot of things I can’t even identify. Truth be told I once saw a small windmill at our local store. Continue reading →
In celebration of the upcoming Olympics, Lonely Planet just released their Accessible Rio de Janeiro e-book. And according to the cover, all of the Paralympic athletes also received a copy. Continue reading →
Rail-Trails Washington & Oregon, from Wilderness Press
I’m a big fan of Rail-Trails, as a large number of these former rail beds have been converted to wheelchair-accessible trails. I was thrilled to discover that Wilderness Press has a whole series of official Rails-to-Trails Conservancy guidebooks; and since I travel through the Pacific Northwest a lot I decided to check out their “Rail-Trails Washington & Oregon” title.
OK, I’ll admit it, I’m a perfume junkie. I like to think I don’t overdo it, and I don’t buy cheap stuff, but I just love my scents. I do abstain when I’m around my friends who have allergies, so I like to think I “scent responsibly.” Continue reading →