Day 6-8 Moab to Santa Fe

We went via Colorado down 84 because my husband thought he might want to see Los Almos (but it got late and he changed his mind). I’m glad went this way because the landscape was so different and we passed some things I was glad to see. The first thing we stopped for was WilsonContinue reading “Day 6-8 Moab to Santa Fe”

Day 4-6 Bryce to Moab and Arches

We passed “Thunder Mountain” (the basis for Disney’s “Big Thunder Mountain”) in the dark on the way in, so we decided to take a route to Moab that took us back through that way to get a better view in the daytime. They have two arches in the road to drive through on the roadContinue reading “Day 4-6 Bryce to Moab and Arches”

Southwest Trip and the Falcon

We will be traveling in an accessible RV with my wheelchair across the Southwest from San Francisco. Our plan is to go San Francisco > Bartow > Grand Canyon > Bryce Canyon > Moab (and Arches National Park) > Santa Fe > Gallup > Mojave Desert (via Oatman)> SF

Lighting Up Your Chair

Important for night time safety and visibility, and lots of fun! There are so many ways to do this, but let me start with these guys. I made sleeves for my wheelchair’s arms and attached LEDs encased in ribbon to them (for both of my chairs). This makes the LEDs soft, protect and removable inContinue reading “Lighting Up Your Chair”

The Falcon

A folding power wheelchair suitable for ME/CFS and other conditions which require head support, a recline and raised feet. The headrest and raisable footrests are not included but you can add them. I think this will be a great chair for me when traveling places where I can’t use a wheelchair van and for shorter times out around my hometown, especially in tight indoor spaces like restaurants and people’s houses.