Posted: Jul 26, 2017 03:34PM MST

Adaptive surfing and skating is changing people’s lives

The thought of standing up on a surfboard or skateboard can be a little intimidating. For people living with paralysis -- it might sound like the impossible. But the Life Rolls on Foundation is creating epic skate and surf events every summer and mak

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