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jeeper

Currently without Jeep
Location
So Jo, Ut
Isn't there a fellow right here on RME that did time for accidentally killing a man by throwing a rock off a cliff? Maybe another forum somewhere. Not starting gossip.. just curious where I read the story. I won't let my kids throw rocks anymore because of it. But maybe I'm too much of a safety-steve
 

4x4_Welder

Well-Known Member
Location
Twin Falls, ID
Two hours into work this morning, and I had to go get 6 stitches. Not the worst, but definitely not the way I would have preferred my morning to go.
Never a fun way to go. I managed to separate my shoulder Monday night, didn't realize how bad it was until I got up on Tuesday. Went to the hospital, got put on light duty, but my employer doesn't do light duty. So, now I get to be home. Yay.
 

DAA

Premium Member
Supporting Member
Isn't there a fellow right here on RME that did time for accidentally killing a man by throwing a rock off a cliff? Maybe another forum somewhere. Not starting gossip.. just curious where I read the story. I won't let my kids throw rocks anymore because of it. But maybe I'm too much of a safety-steve
Yeah, that was on here, I remember it.

- DAA
 

Houndoc

Registered User
Location
Grantsville
Isn't there a fellow right here on RME that did time for accidentally killing a man by throwing a rock off a cliff? Maybe another forum somewhere. Not starting gossip.. just curious where I read the story. I won't let my kids throw rocks anymore because of it. But maybe I'm too much of a safety-steve
That was one of my first thoughts, too with the video. Cool, but.....
I also remember a story my uncle shared about rolling rocks into the river when he was in scouts and barely missing a ranger who was hidden by some brush. Foot or two different and likely a fatal head blow.
 

Pile of parts

Well-Known Member
Location
South Jordan
My oldest son just returned from a 300+ mile float down the Grand Canyon. Dam to Dam.View attachment 130894View attachment 130895View attachment 130896View attachment 130897View attachment 130898 He loved it, it looks cool from the bottom.

He went on a bunch of hikes in very narrow canyons, saw some really cool remnants of ancient people.
Very cool! Also curious about the time it took for the trip. From seeing pictures of you on here, it's pretty easy to tell which one is your son.
 

anderson750

I'm working on it Rose
Location
Price, Utah
Like a snowball running down a hill, this project that should have been completed 2 months ago is finally coming together. Curbing guys finished up this morning with about 600 feet of curbing. Even with all of that, it is still running ahead of the different stucco contractors that have not shown up for the last 2 years so do my patio cover and shed.20200916_120004.jpg
 

ID Bronco

Registered User
Location
Idaho Falls, ID
Very cool! Also curious about the time it took for the trip. From seeing pictures of you on here, it's pretty easy to tell which one is your son.
How long did it take?

He was on the river for 8 days. He may guide down there all summer next year, we'll see. They use motors the entire way to make that kind of time and still have time for hikes, relaxation and such. And yes, we are that family that can't get away with anything because it's obvious who they belong to. Haha
 
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