By Sarah Hoye
Ernesto Rodriguez is spending the holidays in Dallas.
Donning cargo pants, a t-shirt, and a desert scarf hanging loosely around his neck, he makes his way through downtown.
“Walking is better for me than staying places,” he said, pulling on his beard. “I try to not to stay in one place for too long.”
The 34-year-old U.S. Army veteran is in town from Tennessee, and will soon be on his way to California. He’s walking across the country to raise awareness for veterans with PTSD. He started in his hometown of Clarksville and is on his way to Los Angeles. Read the Full Article at www.wfaa.com >>>>
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