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A sign on Kelbaker Road alerts me to watch for tortoises I pause to stare toward today's destination: the Old Dad Mountain area on the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsIt's a long, mostly straight, 10 miles from Baker to the hills ahead of me, where Kelbaker Road turns sharply to the rightI pause to stare toward today's destination: the Old Dad Mountain area on the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsIt's a long, mostly straight, 10 miles from Baker to the hills ahead of me, where Kelbaker Road turns sharply to the rightI pause to stare toward today's destination: the Old Dad Mountain area on the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsIt's a long, mostly straight, 10 miles from Baker to the hills ahead of me, where Kelbaker Road turns sharply to the rightI pause to stare toward today's destination: the Old Dad Mountain area on the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsIt's a long, mostly straight, 10 miles from Baker to the hills ahead of me, where Kelbaker Road turns sharply to the rightI pause to stare toward today's destination: the Old Dad Mountain area on the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsIt's a long, mostly straight, 10 miles from Baker to the hills ahead of me, where Kelbaker Road turns sharply to the right

I haven't had the privilege of seeing one of the endangered tortoises out here yet.