Yep. I couldn't beleive how fast it piled up...just amazing. Here's what happened when I tried to go deal with it. Its was all a muddy mess underneath, ground is nowhere near frozen and the bottom inch or so of this stuff was slush so it was very greasy too. Right when I rounded that corner on the driveway the front tires lost their bite and I sild off the side...couple attempts at freing the truck just spun the tires and dug ruts in the mud and moved it down the hill a bit further. My neighbor's ex came by in his 1 ton Chevy Duramax and v plow and we were going to chain on the the front and pull it up wiht his truck. except right when he got past my truck his back wheels slipped a bi and his wheel caught my plow and ripped the valve stem off. So we had to shovel another 30 feet of driveway and in order to get him unhooked I had to actually back my truck down the hill a bit further. He eventually got out and a few hours later a friend of mine came by with an old fashioned come-along/chain fall and we dragged the back end sideways up the hill and when we got it up far enough we were able to pull it out with his wife's Durango. Got a good dent in the side of my truck where it came to a rest up against that skinny tree, but I think it might pop out...no paint damage. Caught me off guard like everyone else. haven't even put my coat of paint on the plow...as you can see.