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Paul Bruchez (right), from Kremmling, helps a disabled US Veteran fly fish on the Colorado River near Parshall on Sunday, September 2. Eight Veterans with cancer from Colorado and Wyoming participated in this weekend long retreat hosted by the Bar Lazy J ranch. The retreat was funded jointly by Reel Recovery (www.reelrecovery.org) and Project Healing Waters (www.projecthealingwaters.org) and is an effort to help individuals deal with both their disabilities and their cancer.
Art Ferrari / Special to the Sky-Hi News |

Paul Bruchez (right), from Kremmling, helps a disabled US Veteran fly fish on the Colorado River near Parshall on Sunday, September 2. Eight Veterans with cancer from Colorado and Wyoming participated in this weekend long retreat hosted by the Bar Lazy J ranch. The retreat was funded jointly by Reel Recovery (www.reelrecovery.org) and Project Healing Waters (www.projecthealingwaters.org) and is an effort to help individuals deal with both their disabilities and their cancer.


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