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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 /

One possibility is to stash my bike behind a creosote bush and walk my belongings into the adjacent Wilderness area

One possibility is to stash my bike behind a creosote bush and walk my belongings into the adjacent Wilderness area I take a very short break at the end of Kelso Dunes Road, enjoying the pink Providence Mountains, to consider my camping optionsThumbnailsI decide that the best choice is to simply leave Kelso Dunes and its campers behind and head west down the power-line roadI take a very short break at the end of Kelso Dunes Road, enjoying the pink Providence Mountains, to consider my camping optionsThumbnailsI decide that the best choice is to simply leave Kelso Dunes and its campers behind and head west down the power-line roadI take a very short break at the end of Kelso Dunes Road, enjoying the pink Providence Mountains, to consider my camping optionsThumbnailsI decide that the best choice is to simply leave Kelso Dunes and its campers behind and head west down the power-line roadI take a very short break at the end of Kelso Dunes Road, enjoying the pink Providence Mountains, to consider my camping optionsThumbnailsI decide that the best choice is to simply leave Kelso Dunes and its campers behind and head west down the power-line roadI take a very short break at the end of Kelso Dunes Road, enjoying the pink Providence Mountains, to consider my camping optionsThumbnailsI decide that the best choice is to simply leave Kelso Dunes and its campers behind and head west down the power-line road

I could camp back there invisibly, but I'd still be within hearing distance of the other campers and I don't want that. It's amazing how far sound travels in the quiet desert, maintaining its clarity.