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Parts of Cornfield Spring Road are quite rideable; perhaps I could have used my bicycle for part of today's hike

Parts of Cornfield Spring Road are quite rideable; perhaps I could have used my bicycle for part of today's hike I'm coming dowwwn Cornfield Spring RoadThumbnailsPassing the Cornfield Spring Road corral again, I exit the Providence Mountains for the dayI'm coming dowwwn Cornfield Spring RoadThumbnailsPassing the Cornfield Spring Road corral again, I exit the Providence Mountains for the dayI'm coming dowwwn Cornfield Spring RoadThumbnailsPassing the Cornfield Spring Road corral again, I exit the Providence Mountains for the dayI'm coming dowwwn Cornfield Spring RoadThumbnailsPassing the Cornfield Spring Road corral again, I exit the Providence Mountains for the dayI'm coming dowwwn Cornfield Spring RoadThumbnailsPassing the Cornfield Spring Road corral again, I exit the Providence Mountains for the day

But then I reach one of these rocky segments of the road and am glad that I'm hiking instead of biking. Besides, as much as I love bicycling, good scenery is best when experienced as slowly as possible.