Tuesday, 19 September 2017

We are moving to Facebook.

1, sign into your Facebook account.
2, enter Mightywheels into your search.

                    and your there..


Wednesday, 13 September 2017

When you first look at me, you see a guy in a chair; it's what you don't see that's really important.

When you first look at me, you see a guy in a chair; it's what you don't see that's really important. I have an over compensating part in me that wants to help all people in the world, so I created a blog that would help them and I call it Mightywheels.ca. We don't work on fixing wheels or anything like that; we focus on getting the surface areas we wheel on, repaired by the city. That helps all people - parents pushing baby strollers and people using walking aids or wheelchairs like myself. My blog was started as a little way to benefit everyone. I take mission to help others very seriously, and to continue what I'm doing I need to stay in shape, eat right, workout and do yoga stretches every day. 

Quand vous me regardez d'abord, vous voyez un gars dans une chaise; C'est ce que vous ne voyez pas, c'est vraiment important. J'ai une partie en pleine compensation qui veut aider toutes les personnes dans le monde, donc j'ai créé un blog qui les aiderait et je l'appellerais Mightywheels.ca. Nous ne travaillons pas sur la fixation de roues ou quelque chose comme ça; nous nous concentrons sur les zones de surface sur lesquelles nous roulons, réparés par la ville. Cela aide toutes les personnes - les parents poussant les poussettes et les personnes à utiliser des aides à la marche ou des fauteuils roulants comme moi. Mon blog a commencé comme un petit moyen de profiter à tous. Je prends la mission d'aider les autres très sérieusement, et pour continuer ce que je fais, je dois rester en forme, manger bien, faire de l'exercice et faire des exercices de yoga tous les jours.

Monday, 11 September 2017

We'll help.

We help people who use wheels, parents pushing baby strollers, people using walking aids or wheelchairs like my self.

Sunday, 10 September 2017

Google Maps Wants to Improve Its Wheelchair-Accessible Routes with Crowd sourced Data

Google is trying to improve the wheelchair-accessibility information in Google Maps, following a 125,000-signature-strong petition calling on it to do so.
On Wednesday, Google Maps software engineer Sasha Blair-Goldensohn—who was himself paralyzed by a falling tree branch eight years ago—wrote in a blog post that the mapping app does show wheelchair-accessible routes thanks to information submitted by volunteers, but "not everyone knows this tool exists, so we want to do more."
Blair-Goldensohn said Google wants the volunteers who contribute to Google Maps, known as Local Guides, to add more information for those with impaired mobility.
The volunteers can do this by going to the section of the app that asks the user questions about the place where they're currently located—the Android version of Google Maps even suggests nearby places that have insufficient information—and answer the questions about wheelchair access.
"If each of our tens of millions of Local Guides answers three of these questions every day for two weeks, we can gather nearly two billion answers to help people who rely on this information every day," Blair-Goldensohn wrote.
"You'll also be making life easier for families with strollers, seniors with walkers, or anyone making plans with a friend who has impaired mobility," he added.
A London woman named Belinda Bradley started an online petition last month calling on Google to make such a move. She was inspired by her own experience trying to negotiate the British capital with friends and family who have disabilities.
"We found that all routes provided by Google Maps demanded stairs, bumpy paths, small hills, foot bridges, crossings without slopes and many times there was no room on the pavement for the chair," she wrote. "It should be easy for everyone to get around, no matter who you are!"

Friday, 8 September 2017


Everyone wants their prince or princess charming to be perfect, but, wake up people, we all have flaws, ain't it what's on the inside that counts. 

Look at my outsides, I use a wheelchair to get around, and if you look at my insides, you see that I create a website, to help all people who use wheels, called Mightywheels. We don't work on fixing wheels or nothing like that, we focus on getting the ground or surface area we wheel on repaired for all people, parents pushing baby strollers, people using walking aids or wheelchairs like my self, this way it benefits everyone.

If you have any other questions? please just ask.

Sunday, 3 September 2017

97 Street and 103 A Avenue, bus stop problem.

I work downtown, get off my bus on  103 A Avenue, I turn and go along 97 Street south.. I need to go to Jasper Avenue, I have to catch a bus at the Court house.. How on earth am I going to get the bus real fast...?  A person walking can simply just walk off the corner... cross the street and voila...at the bus stop... but NOT me...!!  I have to struggle to wheel my chair real fast to get to the bus... but I have to go a lot more distance to get to the stop. When I finally reach the stop... crap the bus past by....!!!

Now here I sit, another half an hour for the next bus... when I could have simply just went from corner to corner if there were some ramps at the start and made the first bus.  Someone needs to fix that please!!

Friday, 1 September 2017

Some peoples children,

I just did a compete front flip off of the damaged sidewalk, I didn't want that. two cars stopped, one of the drivers held my chair for me to get back in. The other yelled "where's your seat belt" excuse me but,my chair is less then 20lbs last thing I want is it following me, or worst yet it braking and sticking into me.