by: Natalie Dreier, Cox Media Group National Content Desk Updated:
PLYMOUTH, Minn. - Harvey Djerf , a 95-year-old World War II veteran, doesn’t let his age stop him from taking his daily walks.
He takes the sojourns twice a day, all year long, and he’s been doing it for 65 years, Inside Edition reported.
But his neighbors are keeping an eye out for Djerf.
Every so often, a random chair has been left out for Djerf to take a load off when he’s out for his walks.
“People saw me stopping and catching my breath,” Djerf told KARE. “They figured maybe Harvey needs a place to rest.”
Tom and Melanie Heuerman saw Harvey taking a break in other neighbors’ chairs. That’s when they added another one to his route.
The winter doesn’t stop Djerf, either, and his neighbors make sure Djerf can get safely to his seat by shoveling a path to his chairs, KARE reported.
Djerf said his walks keep him going and give him something to do since his wife, 95, suffered a stroke last year and has been living at an assisted living facility, Inside Edition reported.
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