IN2VWS wrote:As others have mentioned, I think we need a salt-ologist to step up and tell us how long does it take for a thick crust to form on the lake.
In 07, 08 there was a significant amount of silt washed onto the lake. We raced in 09 and 2010.
The main problem we face is the entry point, if it is thin we are in trouble, it is the last place to be useable. Not starting a discussion on the entry point here, I am asking all newer members who are regular users of the forum to use the search fuction to see what discussion has gone on before.
We have had a few wet years, yes. Lake Gairdner is still the best salt in the world when it is dry enough to use, be patient grasshoppers.......... I have a car I can't use anywhere else... trust me,I am as interested in this as ANYONE.
...few understand what I'm trying to do , but they vastly outnumber those who understand why..