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A bit further down Old Kelso Road I notice another Wilderness marker that people drive around and ignore

A bit further down Old Kelso Road I notice another Wilderness marker that people drive around and ignore I stare intently at the Old Dad Mountain block as I pass by, wishing I had enough time and water to do a day hike hereThumbnailsOld Kelso Road has proven to be more rideable than I expected, but this final part before the power lines is a bit roughI stare intently at the Old Dad Mountain block as I pass by, wishing I had enough time and water to do a day hike hereThumbnailsOld Kelso Road has proven to be more rideable than I expected, but this final part before the power lines is a bit roughI stare intently at the Old Dad Mountain block as I pass by, wishing I had enough time and water to do a day hike hereThumbnailsOld Kelso Road has proven to be more rideable than I expected, but this final part before the power lines is a bit roughI stare intently at the Old Dad Mountain block as I pass by, wishing I had enough time and water to do a day hike hereThumbnailsOld Kelso Road has proven to be more rideable than I expected, but this final part before the power lines is a bit roughI stare intently at the Old Dad Mountain block as I pass by, wishing I had enough time and water to do a day hike hereThumbnailsOld Kelso Road has proven to be more rideable than I expected, but this final part before the power lines is a bit rough

There's probably a nice campsite at the end of this "illegal" road too, nestled against Old Dad Mountain. Too bad this road wasn't kept open as a "cherrystem" into the Wilderness like many others.