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Our 20km off road experience......Average speed 5km per hour.
Master guide : Frank
Master Driver : Sarah
A man's best friend - Stella..... the dog!!!
Scenery : Priceless
Weather : Unbelivable for Alberta (Snow last week)





 

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Great pics!!! :eyemouth:
 

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great pics, way to dirty up the commander. looks like that ford was in deep $#!+.
 

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Ford was in well over the axles. They waited 7 hours to get pulled out. We where the first ones they saw all day, we tried to pull them out but no luck. Then like a miracle over the top of the mountain came a CJ, YJ, and Toyota. Took all 3 winchs to pull him out. It was a s#&t show
 

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lucky for them you guys came around.
 

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Nice pics, thanks for sharing!
 

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Yah they were so happy to see us the first thing they asked us for was a smoke:rofl:
 

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Where all the guys are standing behind the Ford thats where we went through. It was pretty hairy, there was not much room for error.
 

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looks fun!
Your commander looks sharp. where was this place? do you have any videos?
 

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Ford was in well over the axles. They waited 7 hours to get pulled out. We where the first ones they saw all day, we tried to pull them out but no luck. Then like a miracle over the top of the mountain came a CJ, YJ, and Toyota. Took all 3 winchs to pull him out. It was a s#&t show
Thats a long time to be stuck! probably why they say not to go out on trails alone. I do, but i usually have enough gear to weather it out. it funny they didnt seem to have any tool or equipment to get out.
 

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[/QUOThats a long time to be stuck! probably why they say not to go out on trails alone. I do, but i usually have enough gear to weather it out. it funny they didnt seem to have any tool or equipment to get out. TE]

In my truck i have 2 hand winchs, 3 tow straps, high lift jack, shovel, axe, hooks, d rings, 3 gps units, maps and more maps, first aid kit, flare gun, Satelite phone, enough food for a day or two warm clothes, bottle of Jagger, fishing rod and of coarse dog treats. Im thinking thsat enough to get me thtrough on my own with out any problems. Those guy in the Ford where up to no good.........
 

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Looks like you had fun. Thanks for sharing the pics.
 
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