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    National Parks website for visitors with disabilities

    It is summer time--time to get out into the sunshine (in SF, we say that hopefully, or metaphorically, but still, summer is here)!

    Have you explored Yosemite or Alcatraz or another one of  Northern California's national parks recently?

    Well, just in time for summer, The National Park Service has started a website for visitors with disabilities. The site offers info about  accessible trails, programs and activities at national parks.

    Go to: www.nps.gov/pub_aff/access/index.htm

    On that note--ILRCSF will be having a community meeting on June 13 about local options for outdoor and indoor recreation. Stay tuned for more details.

    Comments

    1. Greetings! Very helpful advice in this particular article!

      It’s the little changes that produce the biggest changes. Thanks for sharing!

    2. Everything said was actually very reasonable. However, what about this?
      what if you added a little content? I am not suggesting your content
      is not solid., however what if you added something that makes people desire more?
      I mean National Parks website for visitors with disabilities :
      Independent Living Resource Center of San Francisco is kinda boring.
      You should look at Yahoo’s home page and watch how they create post headlines to get people interested. You might add a video or a picture or two to grab readers excited about what you’ve written.

      Just my opinion, it might make your posts a little livelier.

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