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    I am a guy, adult, in a wheelchair and I might be visiting this summer. In general, I want to know… how does it work? What would be a good way to travel from a hotel in Las Vegas to the ranch? Once I get there and meet a lady, what’s next?

    My big question is, I need help transferring in and out of my wheelchair, so… what can be a solution? Understandably, I don’t want my family around the situation, but I am not sure how to go about it.


    I suggest that you call the Ranch and talk to Dena, or the shift manager.


    Some points to be aware of:

    a) Travel from your Vegas hotel to Sheris Ranch in Pahrump is best
    done in your personal handicap equipped van. You imply this isn’t
    possible. The Ranch limo is likely not able to accommodate someone in
    a wheelchair. While a handicapped vehicle in Vegas is available for
    rent for approximately $100/day, they all require a second person to
    be the driver. You are left with the wheelchair equipped taxis. This
    means the taxi does the hour drive to Pahrump, waits for you while you
    are in Sheris, then back to Vegas. Cost is unknown, but you could
    call Vegas Visitors Bureau and get phone numbers of taxis. It won’t
    be cheap. There may also be a “kelly fee”, which the lady has to pay
    the cabbie beyond what is on the taxi meter.

    b) Sheris Ranch has a security staff that likely could assist the
    lady in transferring you from your wheelchair.

    c) Some ladies accommodate handicap people and have experience. Other
    girls do not. Picking the right lady for you will be the challenge,
    both in skill and budget. You may have to talk to several ladies. Be
    prepared to strike out.

    d) As already mentioned, talk to Dena. You need to investigate
    beyond the “everything is fine” answers by anyone.

    Note: MrTShirt was a contributor to this info.

    mr. s

    Hey Firefighter, you mentioned that some ladies would not accommodate handicapped clients. Why wouldn’t they or do they just choose not to? -.-


    Best way to find out is to contact the ladies that appeal to you by Ranch email and/or Twitter and ask them.

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