I've been working my land at the cabin the last couple weekends now. The only thing I'm questioning what I should be doing is I have a soft spot, that's really soft. There was water sitting there in the spring, but quickly dried up. About 50 yards farther down the drive in progress there is what looks to be swamp land. About 50 yards long itself that was wet all up until late June. I've really built the swamp land up with gravel and some 6" corrugated pipe, perforated with sock and it's hard as a rock. I drive over with the 110 and you see no movement. The problem is the 50 yards before I can STAND and sink in an inch. The 110 drives over the softest area and it will sink in 8-10 inches or more. I've built this 15 foot long area up with nearly 15 yards of gravel and it still doesn't compact. I'm going to pop a drain tile in underneath this weekend, just so it will let any water build up flow. I've thought about excavating all the 'gunk' out until it's hard and filling it all back in with pea rock and gravel, but that is hardly economical and a lot of work. Since I'm in the process of building the driveway, I want to make sure this will hold up to cement trucks and such when we decide to build a house. I don't have any pictures, but I will get some this weekend while I'm there. Any ideas on what you would do would help. Thanks in advance.