Bob Gearing planned to join the Navy after he graduated high school in 1983, but a car wreck altered those plans, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down.
“I’ve always wished there was someone when I first got hurt to relate to me the things I could do, the possibilities that were out there,” said Gearing.
Now he’s part of an organization that does exactly that — giving those hit with disabilities a chance to enjoy an outdoor sportsman’s life.
Outdoors Without Limits (OWL) held a large deer hunt in northeast Georgia Dec. 7-8. The Madison County Fair Grounds was the gathering place for more than 100 hunters with disabilities.
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