Disabled Traveling: One Handed Adventures by Bicycle and Car – OHS001

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… Well, it seems like that at times. I rode my bicycle from Seattle, Washington to my home town of South Bend, Indiana. Not quite an easy task overall. Especially with one hand. I went on the bike trek in solo mode. I went by myself. It took me 64 days total. I camped out each night. So many beautiful, cool, and unusual things happened to me. I will podcast about them as time unfolds.

This podcast is actually two short stories about my one handed traveling adventures. The first short story is about one of my experiences on a small speaking tour I did in the Pacific Northwest while driving my stick shift vehicle. The second story is about a very cool experience I shared with a good friend who I met up with on my solo bike trip. He and I met in Idaho as I was riding my bicycle from Seattle, Washington to my home town of South Bend, Indiana. We ended up saving someone’s life. Both offer great insight to life with one hand and traveling with any kind of disability.

This was a live recording in Boise, Idaho in the Linen Building for Story Story Night. It is nice to have a live audience and makes for a great first podcast.

Show Notes:

  • I almost killed a baby deer on my way to see my Tibetan Buddhist teacher.
  • Speaking in Boise, Idaho about my traveling experiences.
  • Sharing more one handed traveling experiences on my solo cross country bicycle tour.
  • We saved the life of a river rafter just outside of Swan Valley, Idaho.

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Play your hand,
AlejAndro

AlejAndro Anastasio

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