01/2007 - Since about 2000 a group of Co-workers and I would get together out in Borrego for some wheeling. Although now we have moved over to Ocotillo since a couple of guys have switched to Rhino's that are not allowed in Borrego National Park. But after all of those years as a passenger and one year in my Dad's 70's Scout I finally had my own rig to play with. I also rented a pop-up camper and invited a few friends. On the last day we took a last little run before packing up to go home. And on our way back to camp I couldn't make it up a steep little razor back type hill. On my third attempt I was backing down and the front end swung around on my and we came about as close to rolling down the hill as possible. I swear the driver side wheels left the ground. Un-fortunately none of my friends on the hill had their camera out to capture it. So as we sat their sideways half way up a hill I told my passengers we were probably going to roll and then devised a plan to get out without rolling. So I cranked the tires down hill and gunned it down hill and off a 2 ft. drop off nosing the front bumper into the ground. Heck a beat-up bumper was better than a rolled Cruiser.