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Sunset on the Kelso Dunes power-line road is nice, and the road starts out being OK for riding

Sunset on the Kelso Dunes power-line road is nice, and the road starts out being OK for riding I decide that the best choice is to simply leave Kelso Dunes and its campers behind and head west down the power-line roadThumbnailsThe Kelso Dunes power-line road is getting sandy, so I'm now walking the bike a bit; time to find a campsite!I decide that the best choice is to simply leave Kelso Dunes and its campers behind and head west down the power-line roadThumbnailsThe Kelso Dunes power-line road is getting sandy, so I'm now walking the bike a bit; time to find a campsite!I decide that the best choice is to simply leave Kelso Dunes and its campers behind and head west down the power-line roadThumbnailsThe Kelso Dunes power-line road is getting sandy, so I'm now walking the bike a bit; time to find a campsite!I decide that the best choice is to simply leave Kelso Dunes and its campers behind and head west down the power-line roadThumbnailsThe Kelso Dunes power-line road is getting sandy, so I'm now walking the bike a bit; time to find a campsite!I decide that the best choice is to simply leave Kelso Dunes and its campers behind and head west down the power-line roadThumbnailsThe Kelso Dunes power-line road is getting sandy, so I'm now walking the bike a bit; time to find a campsite!

I've never been down this road west of the dunes before, so I'm not sure where I'll end up camping. I'll keep my eyes open for potential good spots. A jackrabbit darts across the road.