Hey friends!

We came up with a fun way to stay motivated and #AdaptiveNation-focusedwith a cool BINGO card. Looking for ways to make 5 across, vertically or diagonally? Below, we’ve listed some great resources of books to dive into, movies to binge, and programs to get involved with online. Check off all ways you’ll get moving with us to make “BINGO”! A bingo card created with activities to do and keep participants moving

 

How we’re recreating…

blind cyclist on tandem bike with partner

  1. Logging miles with the NAC Cycling Club on Strava
  2. Signing up for long-term bike rentals through NAC for Summit, Wasatch and Salt Lake Counties
  3. Adaptive virtual programming
    • Biking – Tips and drills to practice from home with the support and guidance of our Recreation and Adventure program managers Steph and Amanda. Join here.
    • Hiking – Get out and, walk, hike, roll or run with us for the next 4 weeks. We will cover a variety of topics such as gearing up, choosing your route and environmental considerations. Join here.
    • More virtual programming options here. . .

What we’re reading…

a photo of Shane Burcaw's book cover for the book "Laughing At My Nightmare"
PHOTO : SHANE BURCAW


Laughing at My Nightmare
 is an autobiography by Shane Burcaw. It is a humor-filled account of his life as a twenty-something living with spinal muscular atrophy. At the beginning of May, the Park City Library hosted Shane and his fiancée, Hannah Aylward, for a virtual author talk to discuss his second book, Strangers Assume My Girlfriend Is My Nurse. The NAC was in attendance, and we enjoyed hearing what the couple had to share about their adventures together, the topic of ableism and life in love as an inter-abled couple. The themes in both books ring true to the NAC spirit of trying new things, adapting and having fun along the way. Shane’s books are available on Amazon and Audible.

What we’re watching…

Crip Camp (2018)
Check out this trailer and find yourself immersed in a documentary recounting how the disability movement, Woodstock and a summer camp for people with disabilities all intertwine into what we’ll call some serious #AdaptiveNation magic in the 70s.

Did you know the NAC provided the accessible transportation for the cast and crew of the award-winning documentary, Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution, during The Sundance Film Festival? It was an absolute honor to get to know these awesome humans and be a part of history! Watch the video of our transportation here.


Where we’re visiting–virtually…

a photo of hoodoo landscape in Bryce National Park
PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES

Bryce Canyon National Park  – This virtual tour will take you through the rock pillared landscape of Southern Utah. The stargazing is also fantastic. Take advantage of other national parks with virtual tours can be found in this article by Travel and Leisure, spanning from Hawai’i to Florida, Alaska to New Mexico.

Feel free to send pics of you completing some BINGO activities to marketing@discovernac.org