March 2006 Whoops! - Mud Stuck Off Road Truck PhotosPosted in Whoops on March 1, 2006 Comment (0)
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Whoops!, 4-Wheel & Off-Road
6420 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048-5515
Late Lunch Date
While working out in the oilfield, I thought I might try and bypass the frac crew. Little did I know that a pipeline had been planted the previous day.... Many thanks to the Halliburton crew and their 18-wheelers; they got me out and on my way to lunch!
Trust Your Gut
I listened to my roommate and took a trail that supposedly led to the beach...and this is what happened. It took more than five hours to get extracted. First the park service used a front loader (which got stuck before it even got close enough to yank us), next was the neighborhood construction company with a road grader, but they couldn't pull out the loader. The construction crew went back and got a scraper and yanked both me and the park service front loader out. Thanks a bunch to the park service and the construction crew--they didn't charge me a cent, and all I had to give them was a couple cases of beer.
Salt Lake City, UT
Stuck and Happy About It
Here is Ed's rail stuck in the mud on a 4th of July get-together we had.The Rabeys
Don't see this very often.
Ocean Isle Beach, NC