This road trip is a bit different, as it’s a fly-drive one. Continue reading
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.
Carole Terwilliger Meyers — a travel writer colleague of mine — recently took her slow walker mom up to the Oregon coast for a little mother-daughter quality time. Upon her return she wrote to tell me of her experience, and then gave me permission to repost her report here. She’s also posted a good accessible lodging suggestion on her own blog, in case you’re also planning a trip up there.
So without further adieu — here’s Carole! Continue reading
Sometimes Mother Nature isn’t very cooperative. That’s especially true when access is concerned. Face it, with one fell swoop she can turn a nice accessible dirt trail into a God awful muddy mess, by just unleashing one of her sudden downpours.
She’s a uppity broad, if I ever saw one. Continue reading