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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 /

It turns out that the final mile of Kelso Dunes Road has not been freshly graded, and is the usual sand and washboard

It turns out that the final mile of Kelso Dunes Road has not been freshly graded, and is the usual sand and washboard A few moments after visiting the Kelso Dunes outhouse, it's time to dismount again and check out the lighting effects behind meThumbnailsI take a very short break at the end of Kelso Dunes Road, enjoying the pink Providence Mountains, to consider my camping optionsA few moments after visiting the Kelso Dunes outhouse, it's time to dismount again and check out the lighting effects behind meThumbnailsI take a very short break at the end of Kelso Dunes Road, enjoying the pink Providence Mountains, to consider my camping optionsA few moments after visiting the Kelso Dunes outhouse, it's time to dismount again and check out the lighting effects behind meThumbnailsI take a very short break at the end of Kelso Dunes Road, enjoying the pink Providence Mountains, to consider my camping optionsA few moments after visiting the Kelso Dunes outhouse, it's time to dismount again and check out the lighting effects behind meThumbnailsI take a very short break at the end of Kelso Dunes Road, enjoying the pink Providence Mountains, to consider my camping optionsA few moments after visiting the Kelso Dunes outhouse, it's time to dismount again and check out the lighting effects behind meThumbnailsI take a very short break at the end of Kelso Dunes Road, enjoying the pink Providence Mountains, to consider my camping options

Here at the end of Kelso Dunes Road, I take the right fork past "the campsite with a tree," but the campsite has already been claimed, as expected on a long weekend.