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Off Road Podcast 424 – Alcohol Abuse

This episode of the Off Road Podcast is Sponsored by WARN, Colby Valve, and 4Patriots.

Tonight, Aaronbig boat trip, Coy,is too trusting & Ben falls on his face

Welcome to the off-road podcast. A podcast about everything off-road. We cover the news, review products, and interview people in the off road industry.  Your hosts tonight are Coy and my name is Ben.  Welcome to the show.

Coy – Spread Rock

Ben – got electrical outlet stuff ordered and received along with got strep with a double ear infection and had to convince my cousin not to run to Evans with his Rav4

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We heard back from Badland Industries and got some pics of his rig Here they are 

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    • last week, the driver of a shiny new 2023 GMC Canyon AT4 drove their off-road pickup truck up a hiking trail and got stuck near the summit of a 14,000-foot mountain in Colorado. It was such a remote and difficult location that the first attempt to retrieve it had to be aborted, leaving it on the crumbling mountaintop for days. But the debacle is over—the truck has been recovered from its precarious position. Here’s how it all went down
    • The GMC‘s driver, who is the son of the truck’s owner, drove onto Decalibron Trail on the afternoon of Sunday, August 27. He’s believed to have driven up Mount Bross from the east on County Road 787, which terminates at a former mining road. It’s not meant to connect to the Decalibron trail system according to Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery spokesperson Kimi McBryde, who said the path could nevertheless resemble an off-road trail to an “untrained eye.” As the truck was registered in Arkansas, the driver is believed to fit that description.
    • The driver made his way onto Decalibron Trail and across the saddle between Mt. Bross and Mt. Cameron before the trail narrowed as it skirted Cameron’s summit. At that point, the truck’s back right wheel slipped, causing it to slide off the trail and bury the rear end up to the differential in the scree. It was at this point in the early evening that the driver called for help from Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery before hiking eight miles down to the nearest town of Alma.
    • With the approval of local law enforcement and the Forest Service, the all-volunteer Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery team reached the GMC on Wednesday, August 30 with the driver in tow. They spent 12 hours digging scree from under the truck, and using pole pounders to place winching anchors—but to no avail. By 7:00 pm, they had to call it quits. The day of high-altitude manual labor on a fragile trail had been taxing, and the team had to descend before dark to avoid unnecessary risk.
    • Colorado 4×4 Rescue and Recovery planned to return to the site for another attempt, but the truck’s owner called in a professional extraction from Mountain Recovery. The company reached the vehicle on Friday and used a tracked Bobcat skid steer which the GMC’s driver photographed in action. Mountain Recovery told us it would provide more details on the truck’s recovery.
    • “It was a mistake,” McBryde told us. “He thought he was driving on a road, and—very quickly as it got narrower, and narrower, and narrower—realized that he messed up.”
    • “To the uneducated eye, it looks like one trail system. Is that an excuse? No,” McBryde continued. “If you’re gonna go play in the back country, we really recommend you take the time to know where you’re going and what’s happening.
    • Ironically, this GMC driver isn’t the first to make this mistake, as a photo on shows a Toyota Tundra doing the same almost exactly 14 years ago. He may also not be the last, as many Coloradans complain of eroding trail etiquette and increasingly reckless use of motor vehicles like side-by-sides. There are places motor vehicles simply don’t belong, no matter how much we want to drive them there. Leave no trace, the outdoorsy often say. And as the Forest Service told us, “we understand it’s a bit more physical, but in the long run, it will be better for you and everyone else on the trail.”

Main Topic powered by WARN  

Drinking  responsibly

Talk about how to be a responsable drinker

Drinks we love

Baked apple pie drink?moonshine

½ gal apple juice

½ gal apple cider

1 cup sugar

1cup brown sugar


fith/ 750 ml of everclear [190] proof

 2cups spiced rum. Or flavored vodka

Coy chugs a gallon bottle of crown

Ben soju with the gang

Coy irendale drinking situation

Guy got lost decided to drink and wait

Coy toyota disappears drinking story

Amfs in a rotopax

Coy land cruiser tire debead story

And any time ben drinks 

 Coy it just needs a jump story

Next Week:  Off-Road Business Association

Closing Statements

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