|01-06-2009 05:13 PM|
|jgano23||my husband did the same thing when we were 19. he had just picked up his tj a few weeks earlier and decided that he needed to "christen" it since the previous owner never did. what he forgot to take into account was that a week prior the river had flooded over into the area he was planning to take the jeep. he sunk the jeep up to the rockers. he called his dad to come down with the yj and he sunk that one too. we then called my dad to come with his pickup. he was able to get the yj out. he had to leave the tj there overnight and get his friends grandfather to pull it out with a backhoe (which alomst got stuck). he really doesn't like talking about that.|
|01-06-2009 02:57 PM|
|chezuki||Lol, mine wasn't corn. I tried to cross what I thought was a dried flood plain next to a creek. Those are cattails you're seeing. Two hours later this area was under a foot and a half of water after a big storm came through. Fortunately I was able to use a hand winch to get it to higher ground before the rain got too heavy. Still had to leave it in the woods overnight with just a bikini top on though.|
|01-04-2009 03:17 PM|
|ldouble619||Hahaha...Looks like almost the same corn field!|
|01-04-2009 03:02 PM|
I've played that game...
Sorry for the quality, it was my crappy old camera phone.
|01-04-2009 01:40 PM|
|wavebacktothetj||Been there before, yeah be glad it wasnt an H2, or even worse a suzuki samurai|
|12-13-2008 10:59 PM|
|orange05tj||at least it wasnt a Hummer pulling you out. Looked fun though|
|12-13-2008 10:51 PM|
Got stuck in some clay
Title says it all.
Had to have a chevy pull me out