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We are fortunate to live in such a beautiful area of the country. Well, not just the country, but the world! We have beaches, river walks, forests, wetlands, lakes and volcanoes—all of this that we can visit regardless of mobility needs. We can even take to the sky via ziplines and gondolas to see and do more! There’s a tremendous number of things to do and see waiting for everyone of all abilities here in the Pacific Northwest. Lilly will share ideas, stories and photos about all of these.
Lilly Longshore is a writer, a speaker and an advocate for those with physical disabilities and vision impairments. Passionate about traveling, she is determined to continue her adventures via wheelchair and share the world of possibilities that are available to those of every ability through her writing. As mother of a visually impaired son, she was the parent representative on the Board of Trustees for the Washington State School for the Blind. She also served on the Washington State Governor’s Committee for Disability and Employment. You can learn more about Lilly at www.lillylongshore.com.
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