When Jake Tompkins and his 10-year-old son, Kyle, go hunting it’s more about the adventure than it is about the sport. When they hunt, the duo routinely makes bets for chicken gizzards and soda. Sharing the experience of hunting is a way for Jake and Kyle to bond, but also an avenue for support and respect. Both Jake and his son have hereditary, spastic paraplegia, which makes it difficult for them to walk. Their disability does not prevent them from living a normal life, but it does cause the
House of Engedi exists to provide a safe place for survivors of sex trafficking to reclaim their stolen lives. Located in Oregon. Learn more at houseofengedi.org Click to Watch.
Doctors told lifetime bowler, Jack Rothwell that he needed to quit bowling after he suffered a heart attack and kidney failure. He had five years to live. Jack continued to bowl however, and quickly noticed his health improving. Today he believes that he is alive because of bowling. Click to watch.
The stories of two garbage and recycling collectors and why they work safely with positive attitudes. For Recology Sunset Scavenger. Click to watch.
Peter, AKA, LaVida, talks about life as a drag queen and makeup artist in Portland, Oregon. Click to watch.