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The Mojave National Preserve entrance sign just outside Baker is my first stop All packed up, I finally leave Baker and ride over the I-15 freeway and enter Mojave National Preserve in the brilliant sunshineThumbnailsAbout a mile into Mojave National Preserve, I pass a sandy unpaved road (Old Kelso Road) that goes where I'm going todayAll packed up, I finally leave Baker and ride over the I-15 freeway and enter Mojave National Preserve in the brilliant sunshineThumbnailsAbout a mile into Mojave National Preserve, I pass a sandy unpaved road (Old Kelso Road) that goes where I'm going todayAll packed up, I finally leave Baker and ride over the I-15 freeway and enter Mojave National Preserve in the brilliant sunshineThumbnailsAbout a mile into Mojave National Preserve, I pass a sandy unpaved road (Old Kelso Road) that goes where I'm going todayAll packed up, I finally leave Baker and ride over the I-15 freeway and enter Mojave National Preserve in the brilliant sunshineThumbnailsAbout a mile into Mojave National Preserve, I pass a sandy unpaved road (Old Kelso Road) that goes where I'm going todayAll packed up, I finally leave Baker and ride over the I-15 freeway and enter Mojave National Preserve in the brilliant sunshineThumbnailsAbout a mile into Mojave National Preserve, I pass a sandy unpaved road (Old Kelso Road) that goes where I'm going today

My odometer is not working, which turns out to be due to interference from my GPS, mounted next to it. I'll keep the GPS unit in my rear pocket for the rest of the trip to prevent this. So much for the cool GPS mount I bought for my handlebars!