Taking flight

Taking flight

Edition 21 | Summer 2020 Adaptive paragliding in Utah by Karam Gafsi When the wind allows it, it’s the town of Draper, Utah, where many first take flight. Atop a mountain range in Draper known as “Point of the Mountain,” people of all kinds visit to run off its edge...
Even Arizona has Adaptive Skiing

Even Arizona has Adaptive Skiing

Edition 18 | Fall 2019 Quick guide to skiing in the Southwest Story by Cipriano ChayrezPhoto courtesy of Gina Schuh and Flagstaff Adaptive Sports When Alex Davenport isn’t spending his summers in Portillo, Chile sharpening his skiing skills in the Andes, he’s a rather...
Exploring Morgan’s Wonderland

Exploring Morgan’s Wonderland

Edition 17 | Summer 2019 Setting a standard of accessibility, inclusion and fun! Story by Sarah FarrellPhotos courtesy of Morgan’s Wonderland Miriam Larson and her family have a checklist every time they visit Morgan’s Wonderland. Ride the carousel … check. Take...
Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

Edition 14 | Fall 2018 Story by Gena Kittner Photo by Karla Worthington The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum easily is one of my family’s favorite places in Tucson. The 98-acre museum is part zoo, part botanical garden, part art gallery and part aquarium. It attracts...
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