Upshot: Brigham Young University student Kim Yeoman, who suffers from spina bifida, got a chance to trek up a mountain — hauled by BYU football players and other volunteers. At the top end of the trip, which was organized by a visiting professor as part of an ongoing project funded by the Bureau of Land Management, she got to hold a sleeping baby black bear.
My Take: Heartwarming. Our distant ancestors would have done it differently, though. They would have hauled her up the hill and tossed her into the cave for the bears to eat.
See? I should never be allowed to comment on heartwarming news.