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The St. Johns Swimmer - from the Jacksonville episode

State of the Re:Union on November 01, 2012 14:42

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    When Jim Alabiso had the idea to try and swim across the St. Johns River, people told him he was stupid.  “Your skin will rot off, the river’s so polluted,” they said.  Plus, Jim had just broken his hip, and the river is four miles wide.  But Jim tried anyway… and his quest to conquer the St. Johns turned into a journey of healing, for himself, and for Jacksonville’s long-neglected river. 

    Photo by Kirk Chamberlain

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