After getting Betty free, it occurred to me that if she got stuck, then could my car possibly be stuck as well?? The answer to that is Yes - Yes and can and was stuck. Good fortune was smiling on us because Betty had an emergency road service card. She called them and spent 20 minutes trying to assure them that this was a legit call. Yes we are stuck in the mud. No, it is not nor has it been raining. No the driver didn't notice that we were on a dirt road and that the sprinklers were on and made said road act like quicksand.
Betty passed the time waiting for the tow truck by snapping photos. We only had to wait for 115 photos.
Me performing a mud check on my shoes.
We were also fortunate enough to have a tow truck driver who knew better than to laugh when he arrived.
Mr. Tow Truck Driver putting a stick under the wheel to give me some traction
Nice shot of Mr. Tow Truck Drive Betty
Me narrowly missing Mr. Tow Truck Driver's truck
The moral of the story is to learn how to distinguish dry dirt from really wet and clay-like dirt.