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Just before reaching the real pavement near Kelso Depot is an old washed-out road that was once paved

Just before reaching the real pavement near Kelso Depot is an old washed-out road that was once paved The final part of Cornfield Spring Road, which is shared with the road to Rex Mine, is quite sandyThumbnails I spend two hours at Kelso Depot, longer than expected, chatting with staff and a couple of bicyclists on their way to Las VegasThe final part of Cornfield Spring Road, which is shared with the road to Rex Mine, is quite sandyThumbnails I spend two hours at Kelso Depot, longer than expected, chatting with staff and a couple of bicyclists on their way to Las VegasThe final part of Cornfield Spring Road, which is shared with the road to Rex Mine, is quite sandyThumbnails I spend two hours at Kelso Depot, longer than expected, chatting with staff and a couple of bicyclists on their way to Las VegasThe final part of Cornfield Spring Road, which is shared with the road to Rex Mine, is quite sandyThumbnails I spend two hours at Kelso Depot, longer than expected, chatting with staff and a couple of bicyclists on their way to Las VegasThe final part of Cornfield Spring Road, which is shared with the road to Rex Mine, is quite sandyThumbnails I spend two hours at Kelso Depot, longer than expected, chatting with staff and a couple of bicyclists on their way to Las Vegas

Perhaps this was one of the original roads in the town of Kelso, no longer needed.