If you've missed new posts, Levelers, know that it can't be as much as I've missed traveling. It's been over a year since influenza kicked off 2013, the year from hell health-wise.
|Broken foot transportation - boot, knee-cycle and shoe.|
Broke the travel drought with the annual Good Girls in the Badlands road trip (see www.goodgirlsinthebadlands.blogspot.com), this year through central and western Georgia, despite badly swollen and still sore foot.
|On the way from scenic train to Blue Ridge emergency room. Photo by Debi Lander.|
I've been in rehab ever since.
The bad news: Still have another month or so to go of monitored physical therapy with a lifetime of it on my own.
The good news: I've been cleared, with restrictions, to fly to Portland, OR, for a meeting and some sightseeing the end of February.
So, after a year of being wrapped, strapped and braced, motivating via knee and electric scooters, walkers and canes, I'm heading for the Level (and not-so level) to once again share with you the easiest travel routes.