The accessibility guide to the Sonoma/Napa Wine Country.

I’m Jeanne Allen and I use an electric scooter. I love to travel but, like others with limited mobility, I’m often frustrated by how difficult it is to research and plan a trip. We baby boomers are slowing down, but we do not want to give up traveling. As canes, walkers and wheelchairs become more common to the aging population, so do the places that accommodate them. The missing link is the information and knowledge. That’s why I created incredibleACCESSIBLE – an at-a-glance, accessible travel guide to give people with limited mobility, and their travel companions, the knowledge, confidence, and inspiration to travel.

My dream is to expand incredibleACCESSIBLE into a global resource. I’m starting in my backyard creating THE Accessibility Guide to Sonoma/Napa Wine Country. I’ll feature hotels, wineries, restaurants, shops, and points of interest, visiting in person and reporting to Come with me on my journey. You will get a first-hand account of the things that matter  where to find accessible parking, entrances, seating and restrooms, and helpful staff that ensure an accessible experience.

Be empowered to go places you weren’t sure you could go and to do things you weren’t sure you could do.

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Fashionable Jewelry for Fumbling Fingers

A Great Holiday Gift for family and friends whose fingers don’t work as well as they used to!

It’s difficult for me to latch a necklace behind my neck or fumble with an earring to get the back onto the post.  So I was thrilled when I purchased a necklace with a magnetic closure at Artifax Art-to-Wear on the Sonoma Plaza just blocks from where I live.

Napa Valley Film Festival Accessibility Review, November 12-16, 2014 – St. Helena

St. Helena is quintessential Napa Valley and the heart of St. Helena is the vibrant and historic Main Street filled with galleries, restaurants, shops, and wineries.  At the gateway to St. Helena is Farmstead at Long Meadow Ranch, a three acre food and wine destination, and this weekend a film venue, village center, and wine tasting pavilion.

Napa Valley Film Festival Accessibility Review, November 12-16, 2014 – Yountville

The autumn colors were raging in Yountville during the NVFF and set the tone for a beautiful sunny day to meander through the village, watch films, and sip wine.  Yountville is the first town that you’ll come to after leaving Napa, about a 15 minute drive, and is filled with world-class restaurants and renowned wineries.