Re: I'm stuck in Pismo... Anyone nearby?
Yay....free at last, free at last, free at last...
It only took about an hour or two of digging, inching forward, digging, inching backward, digging, and more digging... then someone offered to assist me with guiding and digging, guiding, digging and more digging... and then not sure how much longer for another person with a Ford F-950 or one of the higher F models to come along and say want me to pull you out? uhhh....after much thinking about it, like 1000th of a mili-sec, I accepted the offer. I don't think he even stepped on the gas, didn't sound like his engine struggled at all, must have just idled us out, but probably used more gas firing up the rig.
Well a great thanks to those that offered to come out, words of wisdom, and support...it really helped. I'm afraid to say that with all the stressing about getting unstuck we didn't remember to take any pictures, and by the time we unhitched on harder packed sand to roll around the dunes the wind picked up and we didn't want to take the girls out in the sand storm to take a picture. I did go back to the spot where we were stuck, but with the sand blowing that hard it didn't even look like we were there at all...all the divots from digging out the tires were all smoothed over in just a few minutes.
Back to driving...thanks all again... 8)