The local group went out to 600 Acres again near Solon IA for some fun on 5-21-05. Stock Jeep pulling out a stock K20. The K20 had a short day after the pinion decided to come out of the front 10 bolt. Brent conquering the mud: Nate in his YJ with Boggers: His day was cut short when he fragged a front U-joint. Stock Jeep in big hole: About mid-day we met back up at the staging area to get some late arrivers. As we left the lot, a couple of us tried the "big" holes. It didn't work. Curt: I tried a different hole in the Burb: It took two Jeeps strapped together to winch me out. Thanks to my buddy Chris for tugging me out. I shut the motor off after I was back on dry land and later it wouldn't start. I ended up flooding the starter with water and mud which rendered it useless. Using my cardboard creeper I yanked the starter. Kelly (SUBFAN) and myself tore the starter down, cleaned it out and reinstalled it, but it was fragged. So, Kelly ran to town and picked me up a new one. Thanks Kelly!! After the trail fix, we were back back at it. Chris, in the green Jeep, said over the CB "I think I have found the line, follow me" I don't think this is the right line. Good thing he has a winch. Toward the end of the day, our group was climbing a hill, as we came to the top, this Bronco(not with our group) started to decend this ravine. It appears that his suspension has zero flex and as soon as the front tire dropped in, he flopped the rig on its side. Good thing his daughter was belted in, although out in the rain. We helped the guy back onto all fours.......too bad he never said thanks. The guy holding the end of my strap is Kelly(SUBFAN) The guy decided to start the engine before checking the oil (there was alot spilled)........not what I would have done. Here is me pulling him back onto all fours: It was a good day even with the carnage that everyone had. If I had to frag something, I'm glad it was something easy like a starter.