David don't feel bad I did the same thing. I'll see if I can find the photo. Basically what happened was we were wheeling as a group up near Georgetown when we decided that we were going to turn around. There was this nice big expanse of virgin snow that I figured would make a great poser shot. You know where there are no footprints of tire tracks. Well I drive out into it and get stuck. Try to dig it out but that was no help. The way I was stuck no one could get a good pull on me so I decided to winch. Was side pulling and rocking back and forth when I caught a burried rut and popped the bead on the drivers front. Fixing a bead is no fun in the snow, but I did learn that it is a good idea to bring a sheet of plywood for a jack base though.
So I get the tire reseated and commence trying to pull my self out when pfffft! pop the bead for a second time. Needlless to say it took awhile to get unstuck.