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Two Lee County Outdoors men are moving in the fast lane

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Two young outdoors men are a little happier.

Trip Block and Michael Fowler are proud hunters, but they both use wheelchairs to get around and often have trouble getting through dirt and mud while hunting.

Donors raised around $34,000 to buy trac chairs from Action Trackchair in Dawsonville for Trip and Michael.

Tuesday at Backwoods Outdoors in Lee County. They got their big gifts.

"We have seen these and we are excited to have them. we have had a lot of family and friends support us,” said Christine Fowler

The hunters say they can't wait to put their chairs to use.

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