Montana Rancher David Lee has come up with a very unique way to say "Thank You" to our disabled veterans.
David has opened up his 30,000 acre ranch in Eastern Montana to disabled vetrans so they can go Elk hunting with a bow.
Mr. Lee ran into a few problems last year when he opened up his ranch. Mainly, a person had to have a Montana hunting license and be drawn for a Elk tag in that area in order to hunt.
However, there were 4 Montana hunters who were able to participate.
This year Mr. Lee is also offering some top notch Fly Fishing for disabled veterans.
David has went as far as rigging his pickup and drift boat so that they are wheelchair accessible. He's also converted a cabin to be wheelchair accessible also.
You can read the full story in the Missoulian and find out more about the Angel Fire Foundation by clicking here.
What a very noble and kind thing to do Mr. Lee. I wish you all the best and I thank you for thinking of our disabled veterans. I hope many, many disabled veterans will be able to take advantage of your kindness.