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Kauai Kid

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My handicapped wife does not like the shower in the bathroom off the master suite.

Would someone please describe the guest bathroom shower. I absolutely don't remember a thing about it.

Mahalo,

Sterling, 12 days and counting :D
 

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Shower

Sterling,

It is a walk in, just like the one in the master bath, but not as large. I think the step in is lower, however.

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There are some units that are set up for disability. We had a unit one time - I don't remember which number (would have been in building #2 or #3, oceanfront), in which the shower in the master bathroom was wheelchair accessible - no tub, just a slightly raised area in one end of the bathroom with a shower curtain separating the shower from the rest of the bathroom.
 

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Thanks Steve--the wheelchair accessible shower was the one she didn't like. Our didn't have a shower curtain so "she who must be obeyed" made me get a shower curtain and rod and install them and even then she wasn't happy because the tile floor was wet and slippery.

She'd feel more secure with the one Paul describes since it is like ours at home.

Mahalo,

Sterling, 5 days and counting :cheer:
 
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