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The faded paved track to the left is rather washed-out and grown-in, so I abandon it and return to the gravel of Jackass Canyon

The faded paved track to the left is rather washed-out and grown-in, so I abandon it and return to the gravel of Jackass Canyon I try riding the worn-out paved track along the wash to avoid the deep sand and gravel in Jackass CanyonThumbnailsAnother old residual-pavement road rises out of Jackass Canyon, this time on the south side of the washI try riding the worn-out paved track along the wash to avoid the deep sand and gravel in Jackass CanyonThumbnailsAnother old residual-pavement road rises out of Jackass Canyon, this time on the south side of the washI try riding the worn-out paved track along the wash to avoid the deep sand and gravel in Jackass CanyonThumbnailsAnother old residual-pavement road rises out of Jackass Canyon, this time on the south side of the washI try riding the worn-out paved track along the wash to avoid the deep sand and gravel in Jackass CanyonThumbnailsAnother old residual-pavement road rises out of Jackass Canyon, this time on the south side of the washI try riding the worn-out paved track along the wash to avoid the deep sand and gravel in Jackass CanyonThumbnailsAnother old residual-pavement road rises out of Jackass Canyon, this time on the south side of the wash

Time to get those arm muscles working by dragging the 10-ton bike. Bicycling isn't always all about leg work!