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It was an overwhelming sensation to be so far away from home – 4,500 miles to be exact – and still feel at home with people I could relate to because they are members of a very special community (family) that is CreakyJoints.
"It’s now been two months since I completed the hike. I have yet to find a new activity I really feel passionate pursuing, but I’m not going to rush anything."
"I was less than a mile into the hike and already I wanted to quit. Frustrated, mad and dejected hardly summed up my feelings."
I must have been crazy, yet there I was, planning a 10-day, 75-mile backpacking trek on the High Sierra Trail through the Sierra Mountains in eastern California — by myself.
Traveling can be a pain and traveling with a biologic or other injectable medicine can even further complicate things. Below...
We asked our Facebook community for tips on traveling when you have arthritis. Here’s what they told us.
A two-week holiday might help fight off infection and boost the immune system, say researchers in London.
Traveling when living with arthritis is difficult. Arthritic Artist shares her tips for traveling with a chronic illness.
CreakyJoints blogger Cece M Scott tackles the challenges of getting to majestic and remote places in spite of her RA. She provides a very practical tip: Be the last one in so that you do not have to climb through to the cock pit or across the bumpy passenger bench seat.
A travel writer with RA doesn't let her disease slow her down. Get a glimpse into her world and learn what tips and tricks you can use.
It has taken some time, it has taken some courage, it has taken some determination, and it has taken some planning and resourcefulness, BUT the thing RA has NOT taken from me is my love of traveling and my ability to do so.