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Finding A Brave New World

A guest of the Wood River Ability Program?s winter ski development camp, Ret. U.S. Army Major Ed Pulido, from Oklahoma City, works his way down Dollar Mountain Friday, Jan. 18. Pulido was injured in August 2004 near Baquaba, Iraq, when a roadside bomb sent a massive amount of shrapnel into his left leg. ?There are people with disabilities in this world,? Pulido said. ?They conquer their hurdles. So we learn from this and go on, and help others. Two years ago, I was scared. I didn?t know what the future held. Now, I can do anything I used to be able to do. Maybe not quite to the same degree, but almost.? (For a story on the development camp, see Page A12.) Photo by Willy Cook



Wednesday, January 23, 2008

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