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Up out of Jackass Canyon for good, I'm now on the plateau, heading toward Mojave National Preserve's famous cinder cones

Up out of Jackass Canyon for good, I'm now on the plateau, heading toward Mojave National Preserve's famous cinder cones Approaching the top of Jackass Canyon, finally!ThumbnailsHey, sunset is spinning its wheels faster than I'm spinning mine, and I haven't quite reached Kelbaker Road yetApproaching the top of Jackass Canyon, finally!ThumbnailsHey, sunset is spinning its wheels faster than I'm spinning mine, and I haven't quite reached Kelbaker Road yetApproaching the top of Jackass Canyon, finally!ThumbnailsHey, sunset is spinning its wheels faster than I'm spinning mine, and I haven't quite reached Kelbaker Road yetApproaching the top of Jackass Canyon, finally!ThumbnailsHey, sunset is spinning its wheels faster than I'm spinning mine, and I haven't quite reached Kelbaker Road yetApproaching the top of Jackass Canyon, finally!ThumbnailsHey, sunset is spinning its wheels faster than I'm spinning mine, and I haven't quite reached Kelbaker Road yet

Time to put my sweater on. I have 1.5 miles to ride on this nice flat road (slightly downhill, actually) before reaching the pavement of Kelbaker Road. I can't take this road too quickly due to the slippery sand, but it's a fun ride.