Episode 39: Lilly Longshore: Lilly’s Excellent Wheelchair Adventures.

January 28, 2021
Show Notes

Welcome to Exploring Washington State Episode 39. Our conversation today is with Lilly Longshore.

Lilly's Most Excellent Wheelchair Adventures book coverLilly is a C5-6 quadriplegic who lives near Vancouver Washington.

Lilly recently published a book "Lilly's Most Excellent Wheelchair Adventures: Wheeling Washington State"

In this episode Lilly shares many places that can be accessed by wheelchair.  Lilly is a huge fan of traveling and seeing the world.  During the episode Lilly shares her journey as she learned how she could still continue to travel after her accident.  Lilly shares many places in Washington State that can be accessed by individuals who need to use wheelchairs.

I found myself encouraged by the effort that many communities in Washington have made to make their towns, parks, and businesses accessible. I learned a great deal by reading Lilly's book and recording this episode.  I hope that you will take the time to listen to this episode.

Lots of great information to help you if you looking for places to visit in Washington State that are accessible by wheelchair. If you have been looking for a resource to help you with finding locations to visit that are accessible Lilly's book will be a valuable resource for you to have.

Some of the Places Mentioned in this Episode

Lilly Longhore's Website

Lilly's Excellent Wheelchair Adventures: Wheeling Washington State Kindle Book

Fort Worden State Park

Long Beach Washington 


Each episode we will have a chat with someone who has a great story to share about Washington State. From artists, to business owners.  Musicians to athletes Exploring Washington State will showcase the beauty and creativity here in Washington State.

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