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Old Kelso Road occasionally crosses dry washes where it is suddenly rocky instead of sandy The bike all packed up, I begin the 5.5-mile trek down Old Kelso Road along the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsI pause on Old Kelso Road to admire the views back toward Cowhole Mountain, Soda Lake, and my campsite of the last two nightsThe bike all packed up, I begin the 5.5-mile trek down Old Kelso Road along the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsI pause on Old Kelso Road to admire the views back toward Cowhole Mountain, Soda Lake, and my campsite of the last two nightsThe bike all packed up, I begin the 5.5-mile trek down Old Kelso Road along the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsI pause on Old Kelso Road to admire the views back toward Cowhole Mountain, Soda Lake, and my campsite of the last two nightsThe bike all packed up, I begin the 5.5-mile trek down Old Kelso Road along the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsI pause on Old Kelso Road to admire the views back toward Cowhole Mountain, Soda Lake, and my campsite of the last two nightsThe bike all packed up, I begin the 5.5-mile trek down Old Kelso Road along the east side of Devil's PlaygroundThumbnailsI pause on Old Kelso Road to admire the views back toward Cowhole Mountain, Soda Lake, and my campsite of the last two nights

This little wash crossing here would be fun on an unloaded mountain bike, but the 10-ton bike slipped in the loose gravel here and lost traction. I'm sweating a bit already, so I'm not wearing a sweater.