I agree with Steve. I know my dad, even when we'd take him to where he wanted to go, would be ready to leave as soon as we got there. Easy when it's 30 minutes away.
You might be able to find an HD video of the PBS type about the trees and parks that could be watched and enjoyed a little closer to home. I can't travel due to my own medical reasons and I enjoy watching these types of shows, especially the fly-over shots they take.
We probably all have regrets, but keep in mind that she did get to enjoy these things at one point in her life. Those memories, though they may be fading for her now, are good memories. A trip that would be hard on a healthier person would probably not evoke the same feelings.
55 yr. old--CD over 43 yr. Hemi-colectomy '01; spinal cord injury '01; fistulae since '97; enteropathic arthritis, chronic pain, muscle spasms, scoliosis, rotator cuff injuries
Sometimes I have a wicked sense of humor, other times I have no humor at all, but most of the time I just have no sense.