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Rising slowly up Blue Ridge Road and looking back down toward the Coyote Creek canyon where I started a while ago.

Rising slowly up Blue Ridge Road and looking back down toward the Coyote Creek canyon where I started a while ago. I walk the bike up the creek canyon to the bottom of Blue Ridge Road, where I begin the first climb of the day.ThumbnailsI finally make it up to the little plateau around 1800 feet (Arnold Horse Camp sits down below in the canyon at about 1250 feet)I walk the bike up the creek canyon to the bottom of Blue Ridge Road, where I begin the first climb of the day.ThumbnailsI finally make it up to the little plateau around 1800 feet (Arnold Horse Camp sits down below in the canyon at about 1250 feet)I walk the bike up the creek canyon to the bottom of Blue Ridge Road, where I begin the first climb of the day.ThumbnailsI finally make it up to the little plateau around 1800 feet (Arnold Horse Camp sits down below in the canyon at about 1250 feet)I walk the bike up the creek canyon to the bottom of Blue Ridge Road, where I begin the first climb of the day.ThumbnailsI finally make it up to the little plateau around 1800 feet (Arnold Horse Camp sits down below in the canyon at about 1250 feet)I walk the bike up the creek canyon to the bottom of Blue Ridge Road, where I begin the first climb of the day.ThumbnailsI finally make it up to the little plateau around 1800 feet (Arnold Horse Camp sits down below in the canyon at about 1250 feet)

Rising slowly up Blue Ridge Road and looking back down toward the Coyote Creek canyon where I started a while ago. A lot of this road is too steep for me to ride with the loaded-down bike, so I drag the bike and take many water breaks under the oak trees along the way.