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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by TomG, May 5, 2011.
You would think the soil you're digging from the hole would be soupy mud that would be soaking wet, but it doesn't seem like its really that unusually wet.
Gotta love jiggly dirt...
Ironically the job I'm on now (not the one above), cuts through an old property that had a pool, which was back filled with topsoil.
Yea its very weird stuff because I could drive across it with the E50 and I would only sink about an inch.
Thats pretty sweet. Any of you guys ever walked across a peat bog? Its just like that, you can literally launch someone in the air if you jump next to them. Its a weird experience walking on it.