Outback mud

mikehzz

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I can confirm this is accurate. You don't get slipperier or stickier mud anywhere, and it sets like concrete -

 

Colly18

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I can confirm this is accurate. You don't get slipperier or stickier mud anywhere, and it sets like concrete -

I'm not so sure about that! The river drive in Kinchega National Park (Darling River) was the slipperiest I've come across in 30 years, and I'm sure it's still the same. That was 25 years ago and the Darling got me again 10 years later, similar ***t north of Wilcannia and I was going nowhere in the work Landcruiser. Just slept in the car overnight and waited for things to dry a little :) Pretty nasty those black clay soil river flats!
 
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