Strathcona Park, on Vancouver Island, is known for its mountain vistas & fantastic hiking trails. Although my knees no longer allow me to wander from valley to alpine so easily, there are still trails I use each time we camp at Ralph River. It’s a place of active living.
That’s why I had to smile when I came across some new accessibility symbols around the campground. The revamped signs evoke active living, too. This is certainly more in line with some folks I’ve known who live lives with chairs. There’s no slowing them down.
Until now, it hadn’t occurred to me how the older accessibility symbol was so static & relaxed. Yes, if someone using a wheelchair is camping at Ralph River, she/he is not the static & relaxed type. 🙂