Drove it around.
Fooled around a little bit off-road.
Was waived down by a man stuck in a lifted GMC Jimmy to give him a ride into town to get his buddies truck. Offered to pull him out and he said "Nah man, this little car won't pull it" .........5 minutes later his Jimmy was unstuck, and I climbed over the birm without scraping that he high-centered on. :biggrin:
On the way to the dog park, I decided to take the "off-road" way that has a series of steep hills that I can descend down. The dog park is next to the baseball fields, and there was a game with a LOT of people tailgating right at the bottom of this hill. My happy donkey came over the wrong hill that had a 4-foot drop at the very bottom. I was halfway down the hill when I realized this. Stopped....tried to reverse, but no luck. A quy shouted "Hope you have insurance on that thing!". Crap. Now everyone is looking (about 75 people). Rather than cowardly be pulled back up the hill, I did what any self-respecting man would do and built up an excessively huge ego to prove that I would not give in or surrender. :biggrin:
I soon noticed that if I plowed through huge mesquite bushes on the left about 20 feet, it was only a 2 foot drop. So, with about 75 people waiting for me to get stuck, I floored it, mesquite bushes exploding all over the front of the Foz, shortly followed by me slamming the car over the birm and hit the ground....and continued the 100 yards to the dog park like it was no big deal. The crowd cheered (probably because it looked ridiculous), but seriously, it was like that Outback commercial with the parade cheer. Never felt so proud. :icon_wink:
Got to the dog park and surveyed the damage, waiting to see a bent wheel, blown shock or something.......but nothing. Not even a scrape on the bumper. Seriously, these things can take a SERIOUS beating.