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Ken – What do you do for fun socially?

Ken – What do you do for fun socially?

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Cook and our kitchen has been designed so that I can cook. Everything is at different levels; the stove is different and so everything allows me to cook as well as my wife. So, we cook, we enjoy antiques, and so we will go to auctions in different pl... Show More

Cook and our kitchen has been designed so that I can cook. Everything is at different levels; the stove is different and so everything allows me to cook as well as my wife. So, we cook, we enjoy antiques, and so we will go to auctions in different places, different things, and we read a lot, so we have lots of books. So, a lot of things are things that we can do. Fortunately, have traveled all over the world before the accident, and so we have those wonderful memories and pictures, but we still want to travel. So, we’re just now, it has been four years, and we’re just now beginning to get on planes, and fly within the United States and go to different places. But it’s a transition, and it’s a little scary when you fly with your chair, and hope that things work out well, and that your chair is still in one piece when you get to where you are going. But so far, we have been fortunate.

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Ken – What do you do for fun socially?

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Injured in 2013 at age 55, paraplegic
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Cook and our kitchen has been designed so that I can cook. Everything is at different levels; the stove is different and so everything allows me to cook as well as my wife. So, we cook, we enjoy antiques, and so we will go to auctions in different places, different things, and we read a lot, so we have lots of books. So, a lot of things are things that we can do. Fortunately, have traveled all over the world before the accident, and so we have those wonderful memories and pictures, but we still want to travel. So, we’re just now, it has been four years, and we’re just now beginning to get on planes, and fly within the United States and go to different places. But it’s a transition, and it’s a little scary when you fly with your chair, and hope that things work out well, and that your chair is still in one piece when you get to where you are going. But so far, we have been fortunate.

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