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Published on Aug 9, 2012
The story begins: When I was 13, my grandfather bought a canoe and informed me that we'd be canoeing 67 miles of the Ochlockonee River together. We prepared ourselves, but, I was not prepared for what happened next . . . learning how a man faces adversity, and how a man gives of himself when there is not much to give. A small thing for my grandfather, I'm sure. A big lesson for a boy working on becoming a man. I've paddled, fished, and hunted many rivers since then, literally and figuratively, always learning, but have never learned as much as on that first trek. Presenter: Gordon Rogers