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Home / Mojave Preserve and Desert bikepacking trips / 2009, Fall: Mojave National Preserve / Day 6: Cornfield Spring Road to west of Kelso Dunes by bicycle /

I make a quick stop at the Kelso Dunes outhouse at the base of the official hiking "trail" up the dunes

I make a quick stop at the Kelso Dunes outhouse at the base of the official hiking "trail" up the dunes It's that time of day again when the Mojave Desert sunset briefly illuminates everything in its own special wayThumbnailsA few moments after visiting the Kelso Dunes outhouse, it's time to dismount again and check out the lighting effects behind meIt's that time of day again when the Mojave Desert sunset briefly illuminates everything in its own special wayThumbnailsA few moments after visiting the Kelso Dunes outhouse, it's time to dismount again and check out the lighting effects behind meIt's that time of day again when the Mojave Desert sunset briefly illuminates everything in its own special wayThumbnailsA few moments after visiting the Kelso Dunes outhouse, it's time to dismount again and check out the lighting effects behind meIt's that time of day again when the Mojave Desert sunset briefly illuminates everything in its own special wayThumbnailsA few moments after visiting the Kelso Dunes outhouse, it's time to dismount again and check out the lighting effects behind meIt's that time of day again when the Mojave Desert sunset briefly illuminates everything in its own special wayThumbnailsA few moments after visiting the Kelso Dunes outhouse, it's time to dismount again and check out the lighting effects behind me

In bright sunlight, you immediately know the Kelso Dunes here is one big sand pile, but in this light it's not so apparent.