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Near the end of the slow 5.5 miles on Old Kelso Road, I stop for an energy bar and take in a final glance at Devil's Playground

Near the end of the slow 5.5 miles on Old Kelso Road, I stop for an energy bar and take in a final glance at Devil's Playground Old Kelso Road has proven to be more rideable than I expected, but this final part before the power lines is a bit roughThumbnailsTire tracks go everywhere at the end of Old Kelso Road where it meets Jackass Canyon at the power linesOld Kelso Road has proven to be more rideable than I expected, but this final part before the power lines is a bit roughThumbnailsTire tracks go everywhere at the end of Old Kelso Road where it meets Jackass Canyon at the power linesOld Kelso Road has proven to be more rideable than I expected, but this final part before the power lines is a bit roughThumbnailsTire tracks go everywhere at the end of Old Kelso Road where it meets Jackass Canyon at the power linesOld Kelso Road has proven to be more rideable than I expected, but this final part before the power lines is a bit roughThumbnailsTire tracks go everywhere at the end of Old Kelso Road where it meets Jackass Canyon at the power linesOld Kelso Road has proven to be more rideable than I expected, but this final part before the power lines is a bit roughThumbnailsTire tracks go everywhere at the end of Old Kelso Road where it meets Jackass Canyon at the power lines

It has been a fun couple of days down here and I'm glad I made it this time. I wanted to visit this area during my Mojave trip this past spring, but skipped it because it gets incredibly hot down here once the warm weather starts.