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Now what you want to do with it makes a very big differents in what you would call good clay. My garden has a lot of clay in it. I just added a yard of cut grass and two yards of compost to heat things up. It has been raining a lot and I do not know if we can turn it in tomorrow. Clay will still be there but maybe not a stickying on everything. Four to six inches of mud on the bottom of your shoes makes walking a little hard. I have a pair of platform sandals I use. Just hose them off when I am done.
Becuase of clay on my road, I put my PU in four wheel drive to get up to the house from my garden. This area is of 20+ M year old sedimentary rock. Clays are just not hard to find.
Clays to make a dinner plate or a brick get harder to find. I think I could find them if needed after 50 years of rockhounding.
messylaura wrote:while we are on the subject of looking for clay, does any one know of any where they test or drive 4X4 vheicles, as that would make a great place to go and take a walk, would love to find a place near north london
North of here is 50 miles of white sand used by both 4X4's and other off road vehicles. Many small lakes in the dunes.
Any unpaved road may have some very bad mud holes. I had a person comming into a place I worked at night to steal things. We could not close the road. Puddle dried allmost up, easy to dig out. A little water, say 300 gallons and the trape was set. There he sat the next morning wanting us to call some friends to get him out.
More than once I have done the same thing just not as big a surprise. I have tools to get us out. But there have be times when both the car and I needed a bath.
Bad news is I am on the coast of Oregon, USA. Be a bit of a drive.
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