This was actually yesterday, I'm taking today off to thank the good Lord for everything having worked out ok.
I have a small meadow that is about 6 acres and on a rather extreme north facing hillside. Weather has kept parts of my land too wet to cut all year, so I have stayed off that part. This hill is so steep that most of the year, it shades itself. There are only a couple weeks during the peak of summer where the sun actually hits the ground. Well that time has passed. I'm already down to sun striking the lower third of it for about an hour or two per day.
I probably should have left it... It was a SLOW process. Some places were fine, but others were damp enough there was very little traction. At one end of the meadow, I think the tires carried away more than the mower was cutting.
At one point I got myself into a bad pickle setting sideways on some well churned mud along a large enough drop to roll me over. One of the rear tires was teetering off the ground slightly. Only reason it didn't go over at that point was the slack in the 3pt pulled tight and lifted on the rotary cutter. I very slightly and slowly lifted the cutter with the 3pt to ensure I had as much weight on the tire as I possible. Any forward or reverse movement was going to take me over the edge. I was about to try to climb down from the tractor and go get my truck and chains and other such rigging to find a way to hold the tractor upright while getting it away from the ledge. I stepped on the brake to set the parking brake and remembered I'd had the pedals unlocked. As I started to reach for the pedals to lock them, the front of the tractor slid a bit. I was quickly losing confidence that I could climb down and the tractor stay where it was. I decided to just try to use the brake on the lower side (the side with all the weight) while turning the steering wheel to get the front end to slide down over the ledge and rotate the tractor into a path with less rollover risk.
Thankfully all worked out free of damage or injury.