In a way, the timing of this Dancing With the Stars is perfect for Purdy.
Purdy points to an obscure but no less worrisome ruling in Sorrell v. IMS.
Today, Purdy is an Olympic snowboarder, spokeswoman, actress, and now, a dancer.
But many who work with amputees say that seeing someone like Purdy on television is incredibly important.
Both Mills and Purdy can afford whatever devices and training they want—not something the average amputee can boast.
Purdy must have found the flat-boat or he would not have known it was missing.
Parker said that he reckoned you and Alf better go over to Purdy to-morrow.
Later, a lone rider cut his trail, and from the shelter of a cottonwood thicket, Purdy watched him pass.
One evening Parker sent us word to be in Purdy early the next day.
Purdy made straight for this gorge, and found the other three waiting.