View Full Version : Snow bash TR with a twist...

March 21st, 2006, 07:06 PM
TR = Trip Report, BTW :D

So anyways, I get a message on AIM last night from member SeanDogg that says, lets go snow bashing, I politely inform him that I have some physics II homework to do and that I will be unable to attend.:shrug: But we ALL know what happened,:flipoff2: Here I am writing the trip report so lets get down to the good stuff!:thumbsup:

It started just like any other mobbing trip :) It was my roomate(reezie on these boards) and I rollin; Ol' Yeller,


and SeanDogg


and one of his roomies Jason, in their respective jeeps, or so I thought...
a quick stop at the gas station revealed Jason's cheater snow rig...a Sled!


I thought this was a wheelin trip:shrug: either way, we were off...:thumbsup:

first part of the road was plowed:thumbsdown:

but soon enough we progressed into the good stuff ;)



We crossed a snow covered earthen damn with a frozen lake down to our left, found the end of the trail where the FS had locked a gate...

then decided to play around for a bit...

Check out this flex!!!
Not too Shabby for a stock suspened K10 with swaybars still attached and 36's, eh?

My roomie wanted to make sure that those guys had noticed the lake, I told him, DUDE they're not that dumb, they had to have seen it... So we were all having a good time playin in some drifts, when we see Jason come running over the hill, we shut down our rigs just in time to hear him yell " I just put the sled in a LAKE!!!:eek: I guess they DIDNT see it,:o and It was about 10:00 at night and we were an hour or so from home. Did I mention I had to work the next morning at 6:00 AM?:tisk:



Sean was over there in a flash with his grand cherokee named "jalepeno" i guesss:rolleyes: haha,


and started the rescue attempt... we got her out and Sean and Jason asked me what to do, Lucky for us all I have made submarines out of about a dozen four wheelers in my day, so after some plug removal, some squirts of starting fluid, and about 200 yanks on the pull starter, SHE FIRED RIGHT UP!

So Jason had a freezing ride back down the hill, as he was wet from the thighs down, but we made it home and so far have lived happily ever after....


MORAL OF THE STORY: If you are wheelin near a lake that is snow covered, make sure your buddies know about it! Cheers:beer:

March 21st, 2006, 08:03 PM
hahaha, good thing no one was hurt (ie sled fell into the water in the middle of the lake...)

Sean Dogg
March 21st, 2006, 08:19 PM

A face only a mother could love :flipoff2:

hahaha, good thing no one was hurt (ie sled fell into the water in the middle of the lake...)

Yeah, things could have been MUCH worse, one of our rigs could have taken a plunge instead, or Jason (Polly on these forums) could have gotten out a LOT farther before the ice broke.

March 21st, 2006, 11:31 PM

OWNED!!!! :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

March 22nd, 2006, 12:19 AM
yea I kinda fell into the stream next to seven mile and was cold all day. But damn, I can only imagine falling into a lake :lmao:

Sean Dogg
March 22nd, 2006, 03:10 AM
OWNED!!!! :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

Funny you should say that... it's my laptop background!

Jason just HAD to take the snowmobile!

March 22nd, 2006, 11:25 AM

I swear if this picture makes it onto one of those owned sites I am never going to never live this up. Could we have not gotten a picture with such a shocked look on my face.:flipoff2: Yes I was scared shitless, Had no idea I was on a lake, then crack crack Ice starts shattering around me and I?m sinking fast. I had no Idea it was a lake until I am waist deep swimming to the shore which was luckily, only 4ft away. Thank god, the ice was so thin!!

P.S if anybody needs a new snowmobiling friend I can show you a good time! Family tours available
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March 22nd, 2006, 01:51 PM