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Jeep Cherokee & Pickup Stuck In The Mud - Whoops!

Posted in Whoops on November 17, 2014
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Boys Being Boys
What started out as a quick ride through the woods with my boys before work turned in to a three-hour event. My wife told me not to go into the mud, but of course I didn’t listen. None of my buddies was able to lend me a hand once I got stuck. After a couple hours of trying to dig myself out with no luck, I decided to bite the bullet and call home. A short while later my wife showed up along with our daughter and my mother to pull us out with her Grand Cherokee. Everything worked out, nothing was broken, and we all had a good time. And she never lets me live it down.
Dan Pastor
Plum, PA

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