I don't even want to talk about Liberty. What a disaster!
Thanks for helping him out, I hate leaving anybody broken on a trail, but I was a passenger with a group that had to go.We started trying to get him up the exit around 1:00. Wasn't really watching the clock. Just know that we needed to leave to make it to a dinner at 3:30. There's no way we can leave someone in a bad way. He had one buddy helping but his rig was way back down the trail. We had him start back out of Liberty because we knew we needed more winches. I left close to 3:30 and they were still trying to get him out. At least we had him to the top.
Made it to the dinner a 4:00.
I didn't mind. It's always a learning experience.
He wasnt' necessarily alone. However, the two of us decided we weren't going up patriot. And we tried to talk him out of it... he's stubborn. Didnt listen.I'm sure Kyle and Lauren will post some pics. It wasn't us but it took us close to 3 hours to move a Cherokee probably two car lengths up the extremely hard exit. It only had 3 wheels, two broke front axles, and no brakes. And he was alone.
Yea, we were parked down at the intersection. I was debating going out patriot until i heard it was that exit. I stayed at the bottom at the intersection until i got word as to what was going on. Then we boogied up and out Liberty and back around to winch him out.I wasn't sure exactly, we came up Freedom with 2 broken rigs about that time and he was on the exit, right at the top. There was another Cherokee and a Taco with him.
No biggy! You guys had major issues also. Also some sweet rigs in your group. Some of your guys offered to help but we had him up to the top by then. Thanks. Hope to see you on the trail again.Thanks for helping him out, I hate leaving anybody broken on a trail, but I was a passenger with a group that had to go.