In a later comment replying to a question on his post, Taylor says "Taco Bell fire sauce saves lives!"
Taylor told deputies he traveled up a forest service road on February 24, the day he was reported missing, but his SUV got stuck in the snow.
A snowmobile rider found Taylor on Friday and alerted officials.
On Sunday, February 24, outdoorsman Jeremy Taylor filled up his Toyota 4Runner with gas, and set off into the OR snow.
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According to Fox 32, Jeremy attempted to hike out but the snow was too deep meaning that he returned to the vehicle with Ally.
The 36-year-old, who goes offroading in the area, said he drove up west of the resort community of Sunriver with his dog, Ally, when his SUV became stuck in snow last Sunday, the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office said. They tried to walk out Monday, but couldn't make it through the deep snow and returned to the stranded 4Runner.
After being rescued, Taylor posted his thanks on his Facebook, saying that he got lucky, and isn't ever going to do that again, which is probably the main lesson to be learned here.
"Jeremy and Ally were found to be in good condition, but hungry after being stuck in the snow for five days", the sheriff's office continued. "I'll be in touch with everyone soon", he wrote on his Facebook page late on Friday. They also used a few taco sauce packets as food.
Central Oregon has been buffeted by snowstorms in recent weeks. One said: "Jeremy - we all love you, you have some wonderful friends, and I can't even begin to put in words how happy I am that you're ok".