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Further inspection shows that the berm is indeed not natural I notice a berm of sorts along part of the 17-Mile Point Road, so I climb up it to shoot a photo of the areaThumbnailsNear 17-Mile Point (the big hill at left) are a few stretches of old pavement that haven't yet returned to natureI notice a berm of sorts along part of the 17-Mile Point Road, so I climb up it to shoot a photo of the areaThumbnailsNear 17-Mile Point (the big hill at left) are a few stretches of old pavement that haven't yet returned to natureI notice a berm of sorts along part of the 17-Mile Point Road, so I climb up it to shoot a photo of the areaThumbnailsNear 17-Mile Point (the big hill at left) are a few stretches of old pavement that haven't yet returned to natureI notice a berm of sorts along part of the 17-Mile Point Road, so I climb up it to shoot a photo of the areaThumbnailsNear 17-Mile Point (the big hill at left) are a few stretches of old pavement that haven't yet returned to natureI notice a berm of sorts along part of the 17-Mile Point Road, so I climb up it to shoot a photo of the areaThumbnailsNear 17-Mile Point (the big hill at left) are a few stretches of old pavement that haven't yet returned to nature

A lot of natural rock appears to have been cemented together here in an attempt to protect the road below it from washing out. It seems to have worked, somewhat, but the sandy soil beneath the berm is now eroding away.