Lilly Longshore has done much in her 57 years, 17 of which have been on wheels. After a long and successful career as a Waste Water Environmental Engineer, she is now retired and returning to … Read the rest
On the way, we stopped at Kilkee and had a sunny tea/coffee break overlooking the beaches and cliffs. We traveled the spectacular “Wild Atlantic Way” which … Read the rest
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The Women on Wheels Empowerment Retreat was created in partnership with PUSHLiving.com to bring women who use wheelchairs together for personal empowerment and mutual support in a beautiful travel destination.
We invite you to the … Read the rest
“A living neighborhood packed with art, culture, and innovation”
In just a few short years, the former warehouse district of Wynwood has become the arts hub of South Florida. It started with murals, street art, … Read the rest
Wheelchair Travel in the Tuolumne Meadows
Do you know those times when you really miss climbing a rock or jumping in a lake? Those times when all you want is your spinal cord back; … Read the rest
Now that Cuba is Closing Again… A Look Back in Time, “Girls Trip!” Travel Story
When two of my girlfriends mentioned that they were going to Cuba during a visit to … Read the rest
How many of you have traveled and had an “Incident report” due to damage to a wheelchair?
Raise your hands…..yep…almost … Read the rest
- London wheelchair users’ commutes take an average of 49% longer than an able-bodied person’s
- A shocking 71% of London tube stations are
Ireland is not only beautiful but is a well-established favorite of many wheelchair travel bloggers. Many have called this one of their most loved countries!
Stringent accessibility guidelines for all public buildings were implemented by … Read the rest