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This road also serves as access to a gas pipeline, as evidenced by "marker 64" here The hike begins with a 1.3 mile walk on the power-line road west of Kelso Dunes, which soon becomes quite sandyThumbnailsThe power-line road heads straight up a really steep grade ahead, but a detour to the left offers an easier way over the hillThe hike begins with a 1.3 mile walk on the power-line road west of Kelso Dunes, which soon becomes quite sandyThumbnailsThe power-line road heads straight up a really steep grade ahead, but a detour to the left offers an easier way over the hillThe hike begins with a 1.3 mile walk on the power-line road west of Kelso Dunes, which soon becomes quite sandyThumbnailsThe power-line road heads straight up a really steep grade ahead, but a detour to the left offers an easier way over the hillThe hike begins with a 1.3 mile walk on the power-line road west of Kelso Dunes, which soon becomes quite sandyThumbnailsThe power-line road heads straight up a really steep grade ahead, but a detour to the left offers an easier way over the hillThe hike begins with a 1.3 mile walk on the power-line road west of Kelso Dunes, which soon becomes quite sandyThumbnailsThe power-line road heads straight up a really steep grade ahead, but a detour to the left offers an easier way over the hill

Signed "Pacific Lighting Gas Supply Company." Presumably the pipeline leads to Los Angeles.