I bet that only a minuscule fraction of information gets opened, much less read! Thank God we have computers to store it all. Can you imagine the billions of file folders it would take?
Contributor Afra Al-Mussawir shared a bird watching website https://www.birdability.com. Birdability shares accessible ways to get out in the fresh air and watch birds in nature.
The founder and organizer is Virginia Rose. She is paraplegic and uses a wheelchair. She is also a board member at Travis County Audubon Society. Her goal is to get as many mobility challenged people as possible out on what she calls, bird walks.
Virginia has been leading bird walks for 7 years, and a member of the Audubon Society for 20 years.
She has identified 35 accessible birding destinations in the Austin area with good parking and amenities. Bathrooms, though, are a luxury for all birders (much less accessible ones). So, plan accordingly.
We used to get out in nature a lot before my stroke. We played disc golf, hiked a lot, kayaked, explored the Hill Country and tried many new restaurants in the small towns we visited.
This sounds like something Chris and I might be interested in doing.
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