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I like the patterns that my sleeping pad has imprinted on the sand through the floor of my tent The last items to remove are the large rocks that I placed inside the tent last night to keep it from blowing over againThumbnailsThe bike all packed up, I begin the 5.5-mile trek down Old Kelso Road along the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThe last items to remove are the large rocks that I placed inside the tent last night to keep it from blowing over againThumbnailsThe bike all packed up, I begin the 5.5-mile trek down Old Kelso Road along the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThe last items to remove are the large rocks that I placed inside the tent last night to keep it from blowing over againThumbnailsThe bike all packed up, I begin the 5.5-mile trek down Old Kelso Road along the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThe last items to remove are the large rocks that I placed inside the tent last night to keep it from blowing over againThumbnailsThe bike all packed up, I begin the 5.5-mile trek down Old Kelso Road along the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThe last items to remove are the large rocks that I placed inside the tent last night to keep it from blowing over againThumbnailsThe bike all packed up, I begin the 5.5-mile trek down Old Kelso Road along the east side of Devil's Playground

With all the sand that blows around down here at Devil's Playground, traces of my campsite should disappear fairly soon.