[nfbwatlk] wheelchairs at Seatac and a cane incident

Lauren Merryfield lauren at catlines.com
Mon Dec 15 07:04:16 UTC 2014

I just take a folding cane with me when I travel on the plane. Then they
can't take it from me. If I do take a rigid cane, I put it against the side
of the airplane, between the outside and the seat. That's when I'm in a
window seat, which I would ask for, if I knew I was taking a rigid cane with
me. They haven't ever bothered me with my folding cane. I have one from
Kustom Cane. Kitties on it, of course!
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-----Original Message-----
From: nfbwatlk [mailto:nfbwatlk-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Debby
Phillips via nfbwatlk
Sent: Sunday, December 14, 2014 6:35 AM
To: Mary ellen; semisweetdebby at gmail.com; nfbwatlk at nfbnet.org
Subject: Re: [nfbwatlk] wheelchairs at Seatac and a cane incident

I had a similar issue a couple years ago when I was flying from 
somewhere, now I can't remember where.  I was furious, and vowed 
it would never happen again.  I do have a question, though.  You 
know, those small airplanes the commuter ones? Where do you put 
your cane on those?    Peace,    Debby P.S.  It isn't easy 
getting a dog down and settled on those smaller planes, either.  
Wow, and to think I used to like to fly.

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