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Difficulty trying to find good places

Hey everyone,

I live in the Netherlands, and like most of Europe, we currently are dealing with a severe drought. As a result of this drought I find it difficult to find good mud spots. Normally there's a quarry/mine in Belgium near my hometown where I can go and have a good time. It's a deep pit with a lake at the bottom. Around this lake there's some nice deep mud to play in. When I went there this week I was shocked. I expected the lake to be dry, but it was literally barren. Not a single patch of mud available. I drove for 4-5 hours alongside a river to finally find a little mud spot to enjoy myself. I was wondering if more people are having this issue currently? And where do you guys resort to finding good mud these days?


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