Winter Sport Accident Videos

Okay, so I am tired and have a lot to do today. In recent months there have been many accidents involving locals during winter sports. Skiing, snow play, and snowboarding are risky but instead of ranting I thought I would include a couple of videos. The second one is pretty disturbing…consider that a warning.

Our hospital and urgent care centers see a lot of people this time a year–just a reminder to use common sense when participating in sports activities–plus, do everyone a favor and take lessons if you don’t know what you are doing.



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  • 1
    NICK TOOLE
    March 5th, 2008 12:21

    GG,
    Glad you did not discontinue flyer. It is a fun little read!
    I am a neighbor, a little south of Fawnskin.
    I was wondering, you seem to know a lot about the area, where does a guy go to meet folks? I am 45 years young and just come up to see what it is like to live the high life!

    I wonder, do you know much about the “big bear singles” web site or other singles sites? I am recently separated and so ready to start life anew.

    Please do not take offence but are you available? For friendship, tour guide, romance or even dog training. I don’t yet have a dog, but I will get one! In the meantime, I am amenable to training!

    Anyhoo, doesn’t hurt to ask..does it?

    Nick

  • 2
    GG (Gossip Girl)
    March 6th, 2008 07:43

    Nick, thanks for the note. Nope, not available. Getting a dog is a great idea and will help you meet a lot of women. I actually blogged in response to your comment–so check it out on the main page or search, “Big Bear Dating.”