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Home / Mojave Preserve and Desert bikepacking trips / 2009, Fall: Mojave National Preserve / Day 3: Devil's Playground to Cornfield Spring Road via Jackass Canyon by bicycle /

The bike all packed up, I begin the 5.5-mile trek down Old Kelso Road along the east side of Devil's Playground

The bike all packed up, I begin the 5.5-mile trek down Old Kelso Road along the east side of Devil's Playground I like the patterns that my sleeping pad has imprinted on the sand through the floor of my tentThumbnailsOld Kelso Road occasionally crosses dry washes where it is suddenly rocky instead of sandyI like the patterns that my sleeping pad has imprinted on the sand through the floor of my tentThumbnailsOld Kelso Road occasionally crosses dry washes where it is suddenly rocky instead of sandyI like the patterns that my sleeping pad has imprinted on the sand through the floor of my tentThumbnailsOld Kelso Road occasionally crosses dry washes where it is suddenly rocky instead of sandyI like the patterns that my sleeping pad has imprinted on the sand through the floor of my tentThumbnailsOld Kelso Road occasionally crosses dry washes where it is suddenly rocky instead of sandyI like the patterns that my sleeping pad has imprinted on the sand through the floor of my tentThumbnailsOld Kelso Road occasionally crosses dry washes where it is suddenly rocky instead of sandy

Here's a sandy stretch (with some of my footprints from yesterday's hike) that's a wee bit too sandy for riding the bike, but I can see some firmly packed gravel just ahead that should be good for riding.