Dad Hikes With Disabled Son — And We're Melting Over Their Photo

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This couldn't be more aww-worthy.

60-year-old James Geier has proved that nothing will stop him when it comes to love for his son.

Jonah, who has cerebral palsy and is a quadriplegic, gets to view some of the most breathtaking sceneries because of his dad's dedication: James assembled a one-wheeled carrier, which is the device he uses to pull Jonah across the land.

 

"We just have a special relationship with Jonah, my wife and I. He's really kind of a best friend as well as our son. He’s probably the best company that you can have," James old NBC's "Today" show, in response to the tender Instagram photo the U.S. Department of the Interior posted. "He has a contagious smile and is himself an inspiration given all his challenges."

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