It isn’t all that dramatic. ATV riders these days have helmet cams. The woman fell off her ATV and down a steep slope (recording the whole way). Her husband held the ATV and kept it from falling on her (and recorded her). And their friends made a rope out of clothing to pull her up (and recorded as well).
The site is an abandoned, flooded, open pit, mine about 20 miles west of town, known locally as “Ty-D-Bol” or “2000 Flushes”.
In this part of the west, it’s not unusual for the groundwater to be so mineral rich that open bodies of water turn a brilliant shade of blue. There are even books about the phenomenon:
Here’s a little plug for some alumni. Trent* and Janelle Brown came to the our business convocation this past spring to talk about the success of their small business One Sweet Slice.
This is a bakery in Salt Lake City, specializing in cupcakes and wedding cakes (voted best in the city for each). And they won the show Cupcake Wars on the Food Network (see their blog). Here are some links to videos with some recipes:
* Trent took my Principles of Macro class in Fall 2004. My vivid memory of him is that he and Nate Janes convinced me to show one of the original JibJab videos, about the positions of presidential candidates Bush and Kerry, in class.
The amazing this about this is that none of the parts of this are funny in and of themselves, but the combination of high technology, joyous folly, decent karaoke, acute embarrassment, schadenfraude, stage bravery, stage fright, and good humor is just transcendent.
… With an over abundance of players, the Winnipegs decided to field two teams in 1933. The best players played for the 'A' team which kept the Winnipegs name. They wore blue and white jerseys. …
In 1934, the Winnipegs wore new uniforms which were blue and gold. …
… In 1936, during a game against the University of North Dakota, Winnipeg Tribune sports writer Vince Leah remarked "these are the Blue Bombers of Western football." This phrase was referring to then heavyweight champion Joe Louis, known as the Brown Bomber. From that day forward the team has been known as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. …
I was unable to determine when they started calling Joe Louis “the brown bomber”. But, he started fighting professionally in 1934, and was on every boxing fans radar after he defeated Primo Carnera in June, 1935. So, the 1936 date for Winnipeg seems plausible.
Now, it is the official position of the franchise:
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