On the subject of official government vehicles driving across the beach...

Discussion in 'Local Government and Groups' started by Everytime, Sep 7, 2018.

  1. Everytime

    Everytime Beach Fanatic

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    08239A53-A0DB-4BB5-9B63-69C5696A7EBA.jpeg I’m thinking this Tahoe isn’t one of Gulf Shores PD’s 4x4 beach patrol units. Nearby Orange Beach PD uses Jeep Wranglers for beach patrol.
     
  2. Kurt Lischka

    Kurt Lischka Admin Staff Member

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    We're gonna need a bigger shovel.
     
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    I was thinking the same thing! I think my daughter has a toy shovel bigger than that!
     
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    Just because its 4 wheel drive doesnt mean it wont get stuck. I hubbed one up at the entrance to Grayton when some kids ran off the boardwalk in front of me and I had to stop. I literally felt it sink at least a foot.
     
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    Notice that's a Sargent that is stuck. I'm willing to bet he has earned a new "call sign" and was hazed mercilessly when he got back to HQ. :)
     

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