A person who spent his whole life in a wheelchair determined to let his buddies carry him in a backpack all throughout Europe.
Leaving his wheelchair behind on the airport in Atlanta, Kevan Chandler spent the subsequent three weeks because the tallest man in his group of pals. He was strapped in a backpack worn by his buddies.
It was from that vantage level, he was capable of climb the cliffs of Eire, stroll the cobblestone streets of Paris and hike the countryside of England.
“It was the one time in my life the place I did not really feel disabled anymore,” he says.
His journey has impressed tons of of others with disabilities to hunt extra accessibility.
Chandler and his pals have now teamed with a German backpack clothes shop to design a backpack service particularly for adults with disabilities. Via donations on their web site, wecarrykevan.com, they hope to present the backpack carriers to the disabled and their households without charge.