Mud plops from mini bucket to curb

You can’t deny laughter; when it comes,it plops down in your favorite chair and stays as long as it wants.” Stephen King

Can you recall from your childhood days the sound that mud makes as you plod your way carefully through it with your high rubber boots and called this play? At one point or another for many folks the mud would cling tightly to their boots and prevent them from moving further in the mire unless they step out of their boots and into the gooey mess.Those were the days when you really did not walk that proverbial mile in his or her bots. 

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In the above scenario a road construction bobcat front end loader stacks the remnants of once green lawns and places the wet mess into a mountainous gooey pile.

After a number of hours the mud dries in the warming sun and is not so amenable to building mud pies. The drying mud piles creates pedestrian and driving hazards to people in the immediate area.


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6 Comments on Mud plops from mini bucket to curb

  1. Thanks for stoppin by. I love your post ! I can just hear that plopping sound in the mud with old galoshes. :

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    • The sound of the mud hitting the ground reminded me of my own misadventuruous childhood sloshing about in the mud , making huge mud pies and of course losing the occasional rubber boot in the sticky muck and mire. Thank you for writing. Enjoy the day. 🙂

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  2. Serendipitous Web Life. : ) // September 6, 2016 at 7:10 pm // Reply

    A delightful post that reminded me of when I was a kid. We would walk through the muddy trails barefooted. The squashing between your toes and the suction sound. It makes me smile thinking about how much we laughed. Thank you!

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    • You are most welcomed. A few times in my childhood I had to abandon my rubber boots to the motion of mud that wanted to keep my boots as a souvenir. They are humorous memories. Have a wonderful day. Be happy. 🙂

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  3. Serendipitous Web Life. : ) // September 7, 2016 at 10:36 am // Reply


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