Bulletproof 

Octogenarian farrier Lyal Corliss doesn't plan to retire anytime soon

Lyal Corliss' huge hands tell the story of his life. They have felled Sequoia sempervirens and shod countless horses. His fingers are burly and broad like tree roots, and they are wrinkled and weather-beaten. A finger on one hand is missing…

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