I am new to Coolworks, and am forced by circumstances to appreciate travel and work in exotic locations vicariously. In real life, I'm a person who enjoys hiking in the mountains (that's what we call 'em in Maine; would be speed bumps in Colorado), and try to spend as much of the warm seasons as possible in a canoe or kayak. I love traveling and used to take 13 week itinerant physical therapy assignments for the joy of living in a new part of the country. Unfortunately, this summer has been a vast departure from ordinary life, due to a back injury that has forced me out of work years before I'm ready to retire. The prognosis is that I will never go back to my previous occupation, but may someday be able to work that doesn't involve much lifting/bending/twisting. Dunno what the heck that is...selling beer and cigarettes at a convenience store doesn't sound that good. My aim is to become as "un-disabled" as possible, which is a slow process. Do any of you older Parkies and Adventure Workers ever encounter kinds of work that doesn't require too much bending, etc? Thanks!