Achtenberg hung 100 feet above the river for a few minutes until help arrived. "It felt like I was up there for five hours," she said. "It was probably two minutes, let's be honest. But it did feel like an enternity." The company that runs the zip line, Whistler, Canada-based Ziptrek Ecotours, says it's not entirely uncommon for people to occasionally become stuck. They say when a person weighs less and there's a headwind, gravity doesn't pull them all the way to the other side.
"I think I'm going to die," Achtenberg said Wednesday, recalling the incident. "I look down in the river thinking this is like the Titanic.This is like Rose. I need to find what iceberg I'm going to grab when I go down. I'm freaking out." Achtenberg hung 100 feet above the river for a few minutes until help arrived. "It felt like I was up there for five hours," she said. "It was probably two minutes, let's be honest. But it did feel like an enternity."
"The Minnesota Historical Society is charged with documenting Minnesota culture, not just our history but our culture," Patrick Coleman of the Minnesota Historical Society said. "And I can't think of a bigger cultural giant. We like to concentrate on what make this person a Minnesotan. "And these two poems and this photograph - this is Bob Dylan at his most Minnesotan." The Minnesota Historical Society paid $10,000 in the auction for the Dylan items.
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Selecting a term
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