Join Date: Oct 2001
Location: Mt. Sterling, KY
yah.. if there's a chance of snow, i carry the cable chains.. i also take the shotty or the Glock and food ESPECIALLY when i go alone into the wilderness.. all that can be said is that frankly, they got what they deserved for being unprepared, as bad as that sounds. I wonder what the rental agency told them.. if it was a local one that specialized in jeep rentals just for excursions like this, then they should of at least suggested they take supplies...
It's the same thing when people build their houses on the beach, or the hillside, and the hurricane or El Nino comes and washes their house away either through waves or mudslides.. They take a chance, and get kicked in the cajones by mother nature for being stupid humans.. These are the same type of people that think just because they own a SUV, then they can go anywhere, and have superior handling skills in slick/ice conditions..
Yes, it's sad that the woman died, but people die every day.. 100% worldwide death-rate AFAIK unless there really are vampires or a fountain of youth..
also makes you wonder why they didn't try to hike out the first morning when it was obvious that they werent going anywhere stuck in the mud..
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So he wants to go OFF-ROAD does he????
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