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Jamie's List: NDAA Zip Lining [SIV447]

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Published June 15, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
Updated June 16, 2016 at 12:15 p.m.


6/11/16: Last summer we met Jamie Perron, a quadriplegic artist who started using an adaptive kayak supplied by the Northeast Disabled Athletic Association (NDAA). Jamie has a list of other activities she plans to try, such as riding a rollercoaster, downhill skiing and dogsledding.

Last Saturday, Jamie crossed zip lining off her list. A large group gathered at Northern Lights Rock and Ice in Essex Junction to try rock climbing, swinging and zip lining. Jamie joined members of the NDAA, the Vermont Chargers, the Vermont Sled Cats, and their friends and family. After a day of rainy adventures, Jamie and her friends proved that there are no limits if you have the right tools and a positive attitude.

Music: Seth Yacovone Band, "Restraints," Recorded Live at Nectar's by Sean M. Reardon

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