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At 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

At 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 Another old residual-pavement road rises out of Jackass Canyon, this time on the south side of the washThumbnailsBack in the wash of Jackass Canyon: more sand and gravel ahead!Another old residual-pavement road rises out of Jackass Canyon, this time on the south side of the washThumbnailsBack in the wash of Jackass Canyon: more sand and gravel ahead!Another old residual-pavement road rises out of Jackass Canyon, this time on the south side of the washThumbnailsBack in the wash of Jackass Canyon: more sand and gravel ahead!Another old residual-pavement road rises out of Jackass Canyon, this time on the south side of the washThumbnailsBack in the wash of Jackass Canyon: more sand and gravel ahead!Another old residual-pavement road rises out of Jackass Canyon, this time on the south side of the washThumbnailsBack in the wash of Jackass Canyon: more sand and gravel ahead!

It has been a brief, but fun, detour out of Jackass Canyon, and it has probably saved me a few minutes of dragging the 10-ton bike through gravel.