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Cache Valley People: Dean and Jaycie Ferre navigate world together in special way

Cindy Knowles
The Herald Journal
Dean and Jaycie Ferre sit in front of their house on a bench Dean built.

Editor’s Note: This article is part of a series of stories planned by Cache Valley freelance writer Cindy Knowles based on the idea that everyone has an interesting story to tell.

Dean and Jaycie Ferre (rhymes with Beret) live full and happy lives.

Dean is a woodworker. He hunts, fishes, mows the lawn and does home fix-it projects. Jaycie spins her own yarn from wool, crochets and is a social butterfly. She loves to visit, meet new people and play games. They love their dog, Angel, and are both attending Utah State University.

The fascinating thing about this married couple is that they are what Dean calls “eyeball incompetent!” Dean and Jaycie are both legally blind. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.

This story is made possible thanks to a community reporting partnership between The Herald Journal and Utah Public Radio.