Our courageous military veterans overcome their disabilities, and heal from their wounds, at our beautiful wilderness river retreat.
Thank you Chris George, Stacy Lauhon George, and Tips Turf Grass Farm for your gracious hospitality. WE ARE BLESSED BY YOU!
Yesterday our veterans even braved the approaching hurricane Harvey for a morning of camaraderie, coffee, and a special treat of egg, bacon, and bean breakfast tacos.
Cloud bands from the approaching storm can be seen in some of these photos. Check out Staples, Texas, and you can see our location just down river.
Thomas Wyatt joined us for the first time, and we welcomed him to our Team Project Healing Waters San Antonio and San Marcos Program. He has some serious fly fishing skills already!
Dalton Padgett returned to our Friday Fish event, and he is certainly accustomed to casting a fly rod. Welcome again Dalton.
Ahmed Al-Qaysi is becoming a regular to our weekly fly fishing. His story is amazing! More later.
Mike Duecy, brought his son and father along as that amazing family wraps up a fun summer adventure. Back to school soon.
Ever faithful Erik, Scott, and Chango were with us to share their expertise and pitch in on the chores.
They moved all the fly fishing equipment and supplies up to the second floor of the cabin, which sets just a few feet from the San Marcos River. With up to 20 inches of rain forecast with this hurricane, the river will soon be out of its banks.
You can see the peaceful river scene in a couple of these photos. That is about to change.