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      Dagmar Munn
      Keymaster

      Have you been able to take any major trips this summer, or just short jaunts out and about? If so, what is the one item you can’t travel without?

      When I ponder that question, my mind immediately goes to more trivial things such as my phone, my iPad, etc., but for someone with ALS, or any condition really, other things may come to mind.

      So, what are your travel essentials?

    • #22392
      Alma Carr
      Participant

      For me my one essential would be my enteral syringe since I am totally dependent on tube feeding.

      I went to Mt. Rainier National Park for one week from So. Calif. and had a good time a couple weeks ago. About a month ago, went to Denver and Rocky Mtn Natl Park.  I guess my other essentials or that make my life easier, are iPad to use writing pad, my phone for text to speech app. Of course, push comes to shove, I use paper and black sharpie.  Another “essential” would be the extra tube I was given to have on hand just in case.

      • #22393
        Dagmar Munn
        Keymaster

        Great to hear your trips to the National parks were good ones. Those are good tips too!

    • #22396
      Bill Corrigan
      Participant

      I drove from Austin, TX to Cleveland OH, and in my Subaru Outback I could put my recumbent tricycle. The other great thing I did was get hand controls for brake & gas installed, so I don’t have to rely on my legs and feet for driving. Great adaptation!

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