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A few moments after visiting the Kelso Dunes outhouse, it's time to dismount again and check out the lighting effects behind me

A few moments after visiting the Kelso Dunes outhouse, it's time to dismount again and check out the lighting effects behind me I make a quick stop at the Kelso Dunes outhouse at the base of the official hiking "trail" up the dunesThumbnailsIt turns out that the final mile of Kelso Dunes Road has not been freshly graded, and is the usual sand and washboardI make a quick stop at the Kelso Dunes outhouse at the base of the official hiking "trail" up the dunesThumbnailsIt turns out that the final mile of Kelso Dunes Road has not been freshly graded, and is the usual sand and washboardI make a quick stop at the Kelso Dunes outhouse at the base of the official hiking "trail" up the dunesThumbnailsIt turns out that the final mile of Kelso Dunes Road has not been freshly graded, and is the usual sand and washboardI make a quick stop at the Kelso Dunes outhouse at the base of the official hiking "trail" up the dunesThumbnailsIt turns out that the final mile of Kelso Dunes Road has not been freshly graded, and is the usual sand and washboardI make a quick stop at the Kelso Dunes outhouse at the base of the official hiking "trail" up the dunesThumbnailsIt turns out that the final mile of Kelso Dunes Road has not been freshly graded, and is the usual sand and washboard

The Providence Mountains always look good in the ever-changing light of sunset.