Vet thrown a lifeline

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Vet thrown a lifeline

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Skip Ferguson moved into his new apartment recently after spending six months in the community shelter. Ferguson moved here from Maryland hoping the cooler, dryer climate would help alleviate his chronic pain.
While serving in the military in the 1970s, Ferguson was hit by a cargo truck, shattering his right ankle and left wrist.
“I’ve been doing artwork for, gosh, thirty-something years,” Skip Ferguson said. He moved to Durango after leaving humid Maryland.

Vet thrown a lifeline

Skip Ferguson moved into his new apartment recently after spending six months in the community shelter. Ferguson moved here from Maryland hoping the cooler, dryer climate would help alleviate his chronic pain.
While serving in the military in the 1970s, Ferguson was hit by a cargo truck, shattering his right ankle and left wrist.
“I’ve been doing artwork for, gosh, thirty-something years,” Skip Ferguson said. He moved to Durango after leaving humid Maryland.
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