We had a great time. We visited Vegas where we saw some interesting folks when it became dusk. It is definitely sin city and not suitable for small children any more. Hubby did the stratosphere sling shot thingy. We saw the blue man group and visited pretend Italy, and pretend Hawaii and some other places. I nearly ran over someone with my scooter before I figured out how to use it!
Grand Canyon was beautiful. I used walking sticks for that, even in the parking lot!
People gave me funny looks, but doesn't matter, I needed them. We hiked down a little on the Bright Angel Trail. Then later we went to Hopi point to see the sunset and walked back in the dark - about
3 kilometers. The trail was diverted out into the woods for awhile and I was afraid of being eaten by bears, but as you can see, we were not eaten by bears. I was very very sore, but it was worth it. In the cafeteria later, we saw a woman who was using a pair of panties for a handkerchief. That was entertaining.
Then we went to Disneyland. I used a wheelchair there. Some lines at Disney are not handicap accessible, so we circumvented the lines and got closer to the front. That made it a lot easier. Other than one park attendant that insinuated that I was using a disability to skip to the front of the line, we had a really nice time. We ate at the Blue Bayou which is the restaurant in the middle of the Pirates ride. Yummy.
The scooter and wheelchair were a big help. There were a few rude people who cut in front of me or shut the door on me when I was about to go through, but most people were polite and respectfully helpful. I got stuck in a crowd at Treasure Island in Vegas and my horn was so quiet, so I just said, beep beep, coming through and people scooted over.
Now back to reality. We are going to eat right and walk every night to get in better condition for our next vacation. Hubby needs to lose at least 70 and I could stand to lose 10 pounds and I need to condition myself so I can walk more without pain. We started last night. Can't wait to go again!