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20/34
At 17-Mile Point, my road meets up with the old Mojave Road Near 17-Mile Point (the big hill at left) are a few stretches of old pavement that haven't yet returned to natureThumbnailsLooking back at the hill called 17-Mile Point as I pass byNear 17-Mile Point (the big hill at left) are a few stretches of old pavement that haven't yet returned to natureThumbnailsLooking back at the hill called 17-Mile Point as I pass byNear 17-Mile Point (the big hill at left) are a few stretches of old pavement that haven't yet returned to natureThumbnailsLooking back at the hill called 17-Mile Point as I pass byNear 17-Mile Point (the big hill at left) are a few stretches of old pavement that haven't yet returned to natureThumbnailsLooking back at the hill called 17-Mile Point as I pass byNear 17-Mile Point (the big hill at left) are a few stretches of old pavement that haven't yet returned to natureThumbnailsLooking back at the hill called 17-Mile Point as I pass by

A series of heavy posts help keep road users on the open Mojave Road and out of the adjacent Wilderness area that is closed to mechanized vehicles, including bicycles.