I was thrilled to hear that Barrier-Free Travel; Utah National Parks for Wheelers and Slow Walkers was named a finalist in this years INDIES book awards. Previously named the Ben Franklin Awards, this prestigious prize is presented by Foreward Reviews, an independent media company. And I was also equally thrilled when 22 Accessible Road Trips; Driving Vacations for Wheelers and Slow Walkers was named a winner in 2013. Continue reading
Just in time for the busy summer travel season, my newest book – Barrier-Free Travel; Utah National Parks for Wheelers and Slow Walkers – in now available. Continue reading
As 2015 nears an end it’s time to reflect on my favorite travel memories of the year. We had a jam-packed schedule for sure, and although I discovered a whole passel of accessible travel finds, there were a few moments that stood out. Continue reading
Cathedral Gorge State Park -- one of Utah's hidden gems.
People often ask me how I plan my press trip itineraries. How do I decide where to go and what to cover? Well, usually it involves a lot of research and reader feedback; but sometimes I just think outside the box. Continue reading
Cherrie was able to wheel around to many parts of Iron Town, located just west of Cedar City, utah.
Located just a short drive from Cedar City Utah, Old Iron Town is definitely worth a side trip when you’re in the area.
Cherry enjoyed wheeling around the ruins of this one-time iron works, which was abandoned by the Mormons in 1876. Continue reading
Whipping up a tasty treat at Bulloch Drug in Cedar City, Utah.
Nothing screams road trip like a little nostalgia. And for a cool blast from the past, be sure to stop in at Bulloch Drug on your next Zion or Bryce road trip. Just take exit 42, turn right on US 91, and tool on down the road till you see Bulloch Drug on your left. You can’t miss it. Continue reading