Wednesday, May 6, 2020

A nerve-racking experience: Traveling in a snow storm

For as much as I truly enjoy walking in the snow, and even so during a storm, I grudgingly admit that there are some real challenges for me to acknowledge.

For example: 
It is more difficult to navigate and find landmarks with my cane when the snow is coming down.
It is more difficult for me to hear what is going on around me.
I need to assume better control of my cane as it would tend to get stuck in snow banks as I walk.
Crossing streets is more difficult as I need to ensure that I am in the right spot to cross and that I am hearing and deciphering the traffic flow.
I must pay closer attention to whatever landmarks I can find.

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