by C. Embrey
(Santa Fe, New Mexico)
I have a 1997 Jeep Wrangler TJ, 2 inch skyjack lift kit, 33 inch BFG's, 12 1/2 wide, custom fenders on front, forest green, custom exhaust, aftermarket drive-shaft, custom transmission. The Pecos River in Santa Fe, New Mexico has Beautiful scenery and excellent fly fishing. Wonderful camp grounds right off of the trails. I was off-roading once and was high-centered on a tree stump, that I obviously didn't see. Had three rather large people pushing on the right side so I could get traction. So about an hour later I was still stuck. Of course there wasn't any cell-phone service. After pushing, shoving, crying, laughing, and just plain ole kicking it, still nothing. We tracked back to the camping area and went in my friends vehicle to use a phone to get help. Another 4x4 just happened to be there and we asked the guy if he would help out. Still nice people in the world, and the big foot looking dude had my Jeep out lickety-split. Probably not my funniest story but all of the other ones just happen to be R-rated mostly.
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