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Route 66 for Everyone: Exploring Arizona’s Mother Road

You know how I love road trips–reading about them–riding on them–watching them in movies and TV. So when I heard that Candy Harrington, recognized expert on accessible travel, had published a book about accessible road trips, I asked if she would write an article for A Traveler’s Library. While Candy includes plenty of information for people with mobility challenges, anybody can be inspired by these exciting travels.

Destination: Route 66 in Western Arizona

Book22 Accessible Road Trips; Driving Vacations for Wheelers and Slow Walkers (June 2012) by Candy Harrington

Article by Candy B. Harrington, author of the book

Road trips are a great option for people with mobility issues, as you can bypass long airport lines and you never have to worry about a lost or damaged wheelchair. And there’s just no better way to get the feel for a road trip than to explore part of historic Route 66 – America’s first interstate highway. Continue reading Route 66 for Everyone: Exploring Arizona’s Mother Road