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This is a badge bit (BB) that is part of the PEP curriculum.  Completing this BB is part of getting the sand badge in earthworks.

For this BB, you will be learning how to eliminate potholes/puddles in roads.

Dirt and gravel roads are usually common in the country, rural areas, and on homesteads. So, knowing how to repair them is important.

This is an example of a dirt or rocky type of road.


Sometimes, you might see puddles in a road, like this.


A dirt road's pothole/puddle can be fixed by adding dirt to it, like in this video.


And this is an example of a repair made to a dirt road by adding a bunch of gravel.


To get certified for this BB, post two pics  

  - The pothole/puddle in the road that is to be eliminated
  - The road without the pothole or puddle anymore
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Small potholes grow into giant potholes.

Make sure to put rocks/gravel into the hole to the point that the hole is mounded.  In time, driving over the mound will work things out.

 
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