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The Kelso Dunes power-line road is getting sandy, so I'm now walking the bike a bit; time to find a campsite!

The Kelso Dunes power-line road is getting sandy, so I'm now walking the bike a bit; time to find a campsite! Sunset on the Kelso Dunes power-line road is nice, and the road starts out being OK for ridingThumbnailsHmmm... maybe there's a campsite for me on the raised rocky area to my left?Sunset on the Kelso Dunes power-line road is nice, and the road starts out being OK for ridingThumbnailsHmmm... maybe there's a campsite for me on the raised rocky area to my left?Sunset on the Kelso Dunes power-line road is nice, and the road starts out being OK for ridingThumbnailsHmmm... maybe there's a campsite for me on the raised rocky area to my left?Sunset on the Kelso Dunes power-line road is nice, and the road starts out being OK for ridingThumbnailsHmmm... maybe there's a campsite for me on the raised rocky area to my left?Sunset on the Kelso Dunes power-line road is nice, and the road starts out being OK for ridingThumbnailsHmmm... maybe there's a campsite for me on the raised rocky area to my left?

My campsite criteria: not too visible from the road, not directly under the transmission lines, not in a drainage wash in case of rain, and preferably high enough up to have a bit of a view. Not fussy, am I?