by Stella De Genova
Last week, I was a guest at Oral Hull Adventure Camp in Portland, Oregon. It is an adventure trip for visually impaired and blind people who want to step out of their safety zone in a safe environment.
I will admit that I was unsure of my decision to go to Oral Hull, even to the time I arrived and was shown to my room. The boarding was not the Ritz but it was sufficient and clean. “Will I be comfortable here? How will the people be?” I put on my bravest smile and headed to the lodge dining room where most of our meals would be served. How lovely! The chefs were a husband and wife team and every meal was delicious. The good-hearted staff and volunteer guides were attentive to our needs as well as our independence. There were a couple of people I…
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