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Sun., June 8, 2014, 3:35 p.m.

He ain’t heavy…

Spectacular snowy vistas command the horizon in this shot of Eldorado Peak at sunrise in Washington's North Cascades National Park.
 (David Jensen / Country magazine)
Spectacular snowy vistas command the horizon in this shot of Eldorado Peak at sunrise in Washington's North Cascades National Park. (David Jensen / Country magazine)

Hunter Gandee a strong 14-year-old boy carried his 7-year-old brother, Braden, on his back – for 40 miles. The trek, the Cerebral Palsy Swagger, was held to raise awareness of cerebral palsy, a muscle disorder.  

While we read about another shooting in America, today in Nevada, we must take time to track the good, the courageous, those who offer hope among us. Hunter Gandee is one such American.

(S-R archive photo)

 




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