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Another old residual-pavement road rises out of Jackass Canyon, this time on the south side of the wash

Another old residual-pavement road rises out of Jackass Canyon, this time on the south side of the wash 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 CanyonThumbnailsAt the top of my little hill, I now get to ride back down the old paved road and return to the gravel of Jackass CanyonThe faded paved track to the left is rather washed-out and grown-in, so I abandon it and return to the gravel of Jackass CanyonThumbnailsAt the top of my little hill, I now get to ride back down the old paved road and return to the gravel of Jackass CanyonThe faded paved track to the left is rather washed-out and grown-in, so I abandon it and return to the gravel of Jackass CanyonThumbnailsAt the top of my little hill, I now get to ride back down the old paved road and return to the gravel of Jackass CanyonThe faded paved track to the left is rather washed-out and grown-in, so I abandon it and return to the gravel of Jackass CanyonThumbnailsAt the top of my little hill, I now get to ride back down the old paved road and return to the gravel of Jackass CanyonThe faded paved track to the left is rather washed-out and grown-in, so I abandon it and return to the gravel of Jackass CanyonThumbnailsAt the top of my little hill, I now get to ride back down the old paved road and return to the gravel of Jackass Canyon

I follow the faded road up a small hill and look back down behind me to the wash. Jackass Canyon is really scenic, but I'm so busy with the work of travelling that I'm not appreciating it as much as I could.