- WWAN held it's first event for/with the Adaptive Sports Military Program from Fort Sam Houston.
- Food (and lots of it) was provided by First United Methodist Church & First Baptist Church both of Seguin.
- The event was held at the Lazy U Ranch, Seguin, TX. Lazyuranch.com
- Helen Stein, 93 years young, presented a wounded warrior with a hand made quilt. One of her quilts is hanging in the Smithsonion!!
|Helen Stein Made & Donated This Quilt|
Activities at the ranch included kayaking, fishing, bow & arrow, bicycling, hiking, relaxing by the water and watching the grass grow.
|Craig (center) Sharing History of Ranch|
Mid afternoon about a dozen of the warriors went to ZDT Amusement Park to "rock climb". The park has a 25' climbing wall inside and two 60' towers outside. Watching the warriors and some spouses climb was amazing. ZDT was very generous. In addition to waiving the entry fee they set all the video machines on free so everyone could play. Even the smallest children had a great time.
|Sharon, Brad & Abdul (Brad & Abdul climbed)|