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Hey, sunset is spinning its wheels faster than I'm spinning mine, and I haven't quite reached Kelbaker Road yet

Hey, sunset is spinning its wheels faster than I'm spinning mine, and I haven't quite reached Kelbaker Road yet Up out of Jackass Canyon for good, I'm now on the plateau, heading toward Mojave National Preserve's famous cinder conesThumbnailsHere it is: Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve, approximately 3100 feet elevation; pavement again, I'm so excitedUp out of Jackass Canyon for good, I'm now on the plateau, heading toward Mojave National Preserve's famous cinder conesThumbnailsHere it is: Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve, approximately 3100 feet elevation; pavement again, I'm so excitedUp out of Jackass Canyon for good, I'm now on the plateau, heading toward Mojave National Preserve's famous cinder conesThumbnailsHere it is: Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve, approximately 3100 feet elevation; pavement again, I'm so excitedUp out of Jackass Canyon for good, I'm now on the plateau, heading toward Mojave National Preserve's famous cinder conesThumbnailsHere it is: Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve, approximately 3100 feet elevation; pavement again, I'm so excitedUp out of Jackass Canyon for good, I'm now on the plateau, heading toward Mojave National Preserve's famous cinder conesThumbnailsHere it is: Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve, approximately 3100 feet elevation; pavement again, I'm so excited

I was hoping to reach the Mojave National Preserve's Kelso Depot visitor centre before it closes at 17h, but I guess that won't happen.