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After another half hour, the gravel is finally thinning out and it looks like I can try getting on the bike and riding again

After another half hour, the gravel is finally thinning out and it looks like I can try getting on the bike and riding again I take a lot of short 30-second breaks to stop and enjoy the scenery in Jackass CanyonThumbnailsApproaching the top of Jackass Canyon, finally!I take a lot of short 30-second breaks to stop and enjoy the scenery in Jackass CanyonThumbnailsApproaching the top of Jackass Canyon, finally!I take a lot of short 30-second breaks to stop and enjoy the scenery in Jackass CanyonThumbnailsApproaching the top of Jackass Canyon, finally!I take a lot of short 30-second breaks to stop and enjoy the scenery in Jackass CanyonThumbnailsApproaching the top of Jackass Canyon, finally!I take a lot of short 30-second breaks to stop and enjoy the scenery in Jackass CanyonThumbnailsApproaching the top of Jackass Canyon, finally!

There will be a bit more gravel ahead, but not much. I am able to pedal my way, at a slow speed, up most of the gentle grade ahead in upper Jackass Canyon.