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The hike begins with a 1.3 mile walk on the power-line road west of Kelso Dunes, which soon becomes quite sandy

The hike begins with a 1.3 mile walk on the power-line road west of Kelso Dunes, which soon becomes quite sandy On the other side of my tent are the Granite Mountains, with the mouth of Bull Canyon, today's hike, in front of the hillThumbnailsThis road also serves as access to a gas pipeline, as evidenced by "marker 64" hereOn the other side of my tent are the Granite Mountains, with the mouth of Bull Canyon, today's hike, in front of the hillThumbnailsThis road also serves as access to a gas pipeline, as evidenced by "marker 64" hereOn the other side of my tent are the Granite Mountains, with the mouth of Bull Canyon, today's hike, in front of the hillThumbnailsThis road also serves as access to a gas pipeline, as evidenced by "marker 64" hereOn the other side of my tent are the Granite Mountains, with the mouth of Bull Canyon, today's hike, in front of the hillThumbnailsThis road also serves as access to a gas pipeline, as evidenced by "marker 64" hereOn the other side of my tent are the Granite Mountains, with the mouth of Bull Canyon, today's hike, in front of the hillThumbnailsThis road also serves as access to a gas pipeline, as evidenced by "marker 64" here

I was hoping to arrive in the area earlier yesterday and set up camp a bit closer to the mouth of Bull Canyon, but a fun two hours of socializing at Kelso Depot yesterday afternoon delayed me a bit.