How a wheelchair-bound man traveled the world on the backs of his friends


Kevan Chandler was near the top of Skellig Michael, a rocky outcrop 18 miles off the Irish coast, when he began to grasp just how much danger he’d put himself in. The sixth-century Gaelic monastery built into the island is only accessible by 600 narrow and uneven steps, with no handrails for support. It’s a…

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