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02-12-2013 09:40 PM
jeepchix
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Originally Posted by Bumble77 View Post
And this is why I mall crawl. I only endanger my pride.

LMFAOWhat a tool!
No get away from the property manager
02-12-2013 01:55 PM
Rooster454
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Originally Posted by Bumble77 View Post
I wish I saw this in person, but I just reposted a photo. I was hoping to find a jeep high centered on a shopping cart.
Well either way it's a great find
02-12-2013 01:22 PM
Bumble77
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Originally Posted by Rooster454 View Post
Hahahahaha please tell me you saw this in person and didn't just find the pic on the net.

This looks the time I got the golf cart stuck in a flower bed box full of mud when I was six and got to watch my dad try to carry it out
I wish I saw this in person, but I just reposted a photo. I was hoping to find a jeep high centered on a shopping cart.
02-12-2013 12:34 PM
Rooster454 Hahahahaha please tell me you saw this in person and didn't just find the pic on the net.

This looks the time I got the golf cart stuck in a flower bed box full of mud when I was six and got to watch my dad try to carry it out
02-12-2013 11:14 AM
Bumble77 And this is why I mall crawl. I only endanger my pride.

02-11-2013 10:08 PM
LadyTJ
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Originally Posted by jeepchix
Good job saving them! I wheel smart so its all good!
A little respect goes a long way...
Respect for those who risk their safety and for Mother Nature.
02-11-2013 09:51 PM
Kyvman My wife picked up something called Spot Tracker for me this Christmas. It a satellite link device that I can use to communicate through my cell phone. It not only sends my message, but a google map position from where I send it. It also links to 911 services.
02-11-2013 07:01 PM
jeepchix Good job saving them! I wheel smart so its all good!
02-11-2013 04:45 PM
joeuncool
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Originally Posted by backcountryislife View Post
Well... Maybe I gave you too much credit then.

You're not getting it... it's not ALL about YOU. When you make a poor decision, other people are put in danger as well. Even if one of us doesn't go to do the rescue, one of my friends that are on S&R will be the ones risking themselves because you took the risk.

At some point you have to realize that there's more to this than risking some equipment & maybe a tow... people die doing this shit, and people risk their lives to go get them.

Some dumbass died in the sierras because he thought it would be cool to go wheeling in the mountains. He's dead & his wife is missing a husband.
I realized this many many years ago when I was up wheeling alone off Old Stage road, at 1:00 am, in January and got stuck in the snow. Luckily I had an old "bag phone." Yes, this was like 1990. The problem was that I had to walk 3 miles, in the dark back down Old Stage until I could get reception. I also didn't have a coat but did have a blanket. I did not see a vehicle while I was walking down the road for those 3 hours. Made a phone call, to the Springs, the people there wouldn't help (annoying story there but actually a good thing) they relayed a message to Teller county sheriff who came out and got a Vickers tow truck to pull me out. Made it back to the Springs at 7:30 am.

For a quick game, can we find all the absolutely stupid mistakes I?

It was at this time that I realized, when you get down to it, whenever people are sent out to rescue you, it is probably because you did something stupid. You can usually trace these situations back to a point where you can say "I shouldn't have done that." "or I should have done this."

"If I screw up, somebody will come save me. They always do."
02-11-2013 01:49 PM
backcountryislife
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Originally Posted by jeepchix View Post
Anyway I still would take that risk to wheel! =D

Well... Maybe I gave you too much credit then.

You're not getting it... it's not ALL about YOU. When you make a poor decision, other people are put in danger as well. Even if one of us doesn't go to do the rescue, one of my friends that are on S&R will be the ones risking themselves because you took the risk.

At some point you have to realize that there's more to this than risking some equipment & maybe a tow... people die doing this shit, and people risk their lives to go get them.

Some dumbass died in the sierras because he thought it would be cool to go wheeling in the mountains. He's dead & his wife is missing a husband.
02-11-2013 02:00 AM
jeepchix LMAO im from the north, no shit.
Anyway I still would take that risk to wheel! =D
02-11-2013 01:41 AM
jkucod12
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Originally Posted by jeepchix View Post
Glade to see everyone is ok! Thanks for posting!
Good work backcountry, tell them they owe you more than just dinner!
JeepChix I like your style no-nonsense and to the point…
02-11-2013 01:30 AM
jeepchix Glade to see everyone is ok! Thanks for posting!
Good work backcountry, tell them they owe you more than just dinner!
02-11-2013 12:45 AM
backcountryislife 1 truck was left on the trail closer to Idaho Springs will deal with that tomorrow
02-11-2013 12:43 AM
backcountryislife these guys got 2 new stairs and they're on their way home we're on the frontage road now.
02-11-2013 12:34 AM
silver rubi Ok. Thanks.
02-11-2013 12:21 AM
Sunshine24 I believe they are on their way down the mountain based on Kaleb's last post on Facebook.
02-11-2013 12:18 AM
silver rubi Is this as of right now??
02-11-2013 12:15 AM
jeepchix
That was the message on fb

Pray that they are safe! Pray nothing went wrong!
I just got this news off of FB
02-11-2013 12:09 AM
jeepchix
Urgent!

From the Colorado 4x4 Forum posted just minutes ago. I

URGENT: Help needed near Georgetown, CO

Two of our friends are stuck on Saxon Mt. Rd outside Georgetown CO. His cell # is 360-286-3128. They are about 4-5 miles up the road, near the ...See More
From the Colorado 4x4 Forum posted just minutes ago. If you can help, the CRAWL Community would appreciate it.

URGENT: Help needed near Georgetown, CO

Two of our friends are stuck on Saxon Mt. Rd outside Georgetown CO. His cell # is 360-286-3128. They are about 4-5 miles up the road, near the Spring Gulch Intersection, at least that's what I'm understanding from the phone call. They have one rig off the road, one rig with two blown tires. Started out a nice day and are now stuck in a major snow storm. Rigs are running and they have cell signal and chargers, but are desperate for some help. I BELIEVE the rig with two blown beads is 35's and 5 on 5.5". Try calling Myke or myself and I will relay info if ANYBODY can help.

John M (I'm in WA state helping out) 253 740 7192.

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