Haha, that was at my parents house up in Oklahoma. 2 Xmas's ago we got 18" of snow in 12 hours. The worst part of that was there was a -15 degree wind chill that night. I had to walk a mile in a blizzard without winter cloths on to get our tractor to pull it out. That didn't work so we had to wait til a plow came by the next day. I'm down to play in the snow, as long as there is someone there to pull me out! I have since gotten rid of those tires and put some on that would have prevented the whole thing.
My 1995 truck is nothing to write home about. It just a yard truck (as of 2009), with over 321,400 miles. I was bought new in Nov/Dec of 1994 (Yankee Ford in South Portland) from my niegbor. I brought it from MIke in July of 1997 for $12,500 (4x4, 300 six motor with 5-speed, am/fm casttee, a/c, purple in color, 8 foot bed), and it only had 29,000 miles.. Dec 2005/Jan 2006 it reached over the 300,000 mile mark.