AS OF AUGUST 13, 2014 : WE HAVE RAISED $11,028 OF OUR $250,000 GOAL

WE MADE IT! But, we could still use YOUR help
to make this documentary a reality… Donate today!

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Who Are Justin & Patrick?

Born a little over 24 hours apart, Justin & Patrick are life-long friends with a rich, deep relationship that spans beyond our 39 years. We travel together, we live life together through ups and downs, and most importantly, will do anything for each other.

Justin Skeesuck - The Disabled Traveler
 Patrick Gray - The Best Friend

Justin Skeesuck
The Disabled Traveler

Patrick Gray
The Best Friend & Pusher

Justin Skeesuck is The Disabled Traveler. He inspires and instructs People with Disabilities how to successfully navigate and overcome the many challenges they are faced in their lives and when traveling.

With over 20+ years of accessible travel experience, Justin is a motivational speaker, accessible travel consultant, and trainer providing insight on what it’s like to travel with a disability but more importantly, how to truly live life regardless of your disability.

To learn more about Justin, please visit: the-disabled-traveler.com

Patrick Gray is a Program Manager for St. Luke’s Hospital in Boise, Idaho. Simply put, he is Justin’s best friend. He will act as “the pusher” on the 500 mile Camino trek, pushing Justin in his wheelchair from start to finish, up mountains and through valleys. Whatever it takes to complete the journey, Patrick is ready and willing.

Besides being the muscle, Patrick will also care for Justin. Being a registered nurse, he has the skill sets needed in order to help provide daily care and support for Justin.

Patrick finds pure joy in helping others and believes others should find the joy too!


So, Why Are We Doing This?

Creating opportunities for personal transformation

 Camino pathway through countryside

It is our hope and desire to share our story with as many as possible! We are creating a documentary from the footage captured and the stories told on the trail with the intent to demonstrate that a life is not defined by its limitations, but rather what is accomplished in spite of those limitations.

What is Our Desired Outcome?

Capturing our journey through a documentary

Just because we crossed the finish line, doesn’t mean we are done with the journey! We are now in the process of raising funds to help make this project a reality. We have a ton of footage but now have to stitch it all together (called post-production). So, all funds raised will be applied to making this thing happen!

We have a wonderful partnership with Emota, who is helping us create a documentary covering our 500 mile wheelchair journey on The Way of St. James to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. A documentary crew followed us along our 500 mile trek and captured every joy, struggle, challenge, landscapes and the AMAZING people we met along the way!

How You Can Help!

With YOUR help, together WE make this project happen!


PLEASE NOTE: YOUR CREDIT CARD STATEMENT WILL BE FROM “ILLPUSHYOU”