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Dude! Snow almost always drifts right in front of the garage door. Shoveling the first 3 or 4 feet does wonders. Glad you got out.
 

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Ye have little faith. Never once did I think of getting the shovel, just gunning it!
 

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Maybe some paddle tires next time.:ugh2:

I'll agree, it would be a lot better sitting in there with the heat and stereo for 5 minutes than the 5 minutes it would've taken to shovel.
 

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That was hilarious! By the sound of the title I thought you would've been doing doughnuts in the snow. At first I thought wow, you didn't get far lol and then I was thinking of the Jeep motto- "Jeep, go anywhere". haha. Glad you made it though. I had the same issue pulling out of my garage although I didn't take as long to get unstuck and I was pulling out into an alley full of snow drifts. Getting back in... well, that was a different story, I had to shovel some of the snow away.
 

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Nicely done
 

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That was my version of redneck dyno testing.........
 

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Perfect. never get out and shovel, that would imply that you were stuck and you were most certainly not stuck !
right on, brother!
 

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That was awesome. It looks like you have the hemi so that was probably 3 gallons of gas but completely worth it. I was afraid the ending might include the tires catching while in reverse, launching into the garage. Fantastic.
 
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