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Woman with insulin pump, woman in all-terrain wheelchair, and a man on the ice with penguins and mountains in the background. Illustration.

Explore Antarctica: A Virtual and Accessible Tour

February 10, 2021
by Blue Trunk

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Blue Trunk logo of blue travel trunk with an elephant head clasp and the words "Blue Trunk, Travel for Everybody" underneath. Illustration.

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Left: Tiffany Smith sitting on a rock during a hike; Right: Jack Corbett smiling overlooking a mountain view

Traveling With an Insulin Pump: What It’s Like, and What to Know

by Blue Trunk Foundation

December 28, 2020

“I have a good grasp on how to manage my diabetes, but for a number of reasons, traveling is difficult. It’s something I haven’t yet mastered,” says Jack Corbett. “But I always enjoy it. There is something exciting about being self-sufficient, which ...

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Four people of various ages and disabilities in the foreground, the large Angkor Wat temple in the background. Illustration.

Explore Cambodia: A Virtual and Accessible Tour

by Blue Trunk

December 14, 2020

This week we are heading to the Southeast Asian nation of Cambodia, the home of Angkor Wat. There are many other parts of the country to explore as well, from bustling cities to beaches with bioluminescence. A quick content warning: many of the resou ...

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Four panel grid, top left panel has a pencil sketch of a suitcase with a line drawing of an elephant on it, top right panel says "How it started" with an arrow pointing to the left, bottom left panel says "How it ended" with an arrow pointing to the right

From the Founders: Creating Our Logo

by Blue Trunk

November 23, 2020

Back when we were starting Blue Trunk one of the first things to do was create a logo. We had next to no budget, so we started the process by sketching out our own ideas. However we knew that a sketch on the back of scrap paper wouldn’t be enough, so ...

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Aboriginal artwork, colorful with lots of pinks, reds, and orange tones. Dots of white paint forming geometric shapes in rows.

Business Spotlight: Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection

by Blue Trunk

November 7, 2020

Blue Trunk had the privilege of discussing accessibility Lauren Maupin, the Education and Program Manager at Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection. They share many of our core values and we are so excited to have them as the first museum listed in Cha ...

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