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Progress–Blackstone River Bikeway and our tandem as well


Summer flowers, comfortable bench along the Blackstone River Bikeway

We took our tandem down to Woonsocket, RI to the Blackstone River Bikeway early this morning in the cool of the day. Summer is still with us and the shady portions of the trail felt wonderful as we sailed along. Continue reading


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Finding a Way to Get Outdoors


Three generations, out on the trail

Although there is a general increased awareness of disabilities in our society, in fact, many of us have disabilities that are not immediately obvious. I don’t generally think of myself as disabled, but I do live with TBI, from brain surgery, which  has left me with many residual effects that affect my day to day life. The paralysis and fatigue I live with affect where, and how I choose to get outdoors.

As I read Marcy Marcello’s post (link below), I felt like I was reading about the hikes I’ve been taking the past 2-3 years to create the Easy Walks book series, as well as the hikes I’ve taken with my husband the past twelve years. Continue reading

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