A father and son almost ended their hunting trip with a fall down a tall cliff. At 2 O’clock Sunday afternoon 30-year-old Arron Morrow and 66-year-old Gary Morrow, both of Shingletown, left their camp in Lakehead and headed up a Forest Service road in their Dodge 4-wheel-drive pickup truck but they came to a dead end and turned around. At around 5 O’clock the truck’s front wheel got into a rut full of water and it guided the truck toward the edge of a cliff with a drop of several hundred feet. Gary tried to power out of the rut but it didn’t work and the truck started sliding off the edge, only stopping when it got high-centered on the frame. The Morrows were able to get to a safe place and texted their friend Benjamin Payment in Redding. He started out with his 4 wheel drive truck but couldn’t make it up the slick road so he called the sheriff’s office and said Gary couldn’t be away from his medication for too long. By that time it was well after Midnight. The Search and Rescue Jeep Team met Payment in Lakehead and at 5 O’clock Monday morning they headed up the road and found Gary and Aaron in about a half hour, returning them safely to Lakehead.