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Riding up Kelbaker Road in the sunset is pleasant; of course, it helps that there is no traffic, which is often the case

Riding up Kelbaker Road in the sunset is pleasant; of course, it helps that there is no traffic, which is often the case Here it is: Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve, approximately 3100 feet elevation; pavement again, I'm so excitedThumbnailsMy cheap digital camera picks up some of the glowing pinks and blues of this Mojave National Preserve sunsetHere it is: Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve, approximately 3100 feet elevation; pavement again, I'm so excitedThumbnailsMy cheap digital camera picks up some of the glowing pinks and blues of this Mojave National Preserve sunsetHere it is: Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve, approximately 3100 feet elevation; pavement again, I'm so excitedThumbnailsMy cheap digital camera picks up some of the glowing pinks and blues of this Mojave National Preserve sunsetHere it is: Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve, approximately 3100 feet elevation; pavement again, I'm so excitedThumbnailsMy cheap digital camera picks up some of the glowing pinks and blues of this Mojave National Preserve sunsetHere it is: Kelbaker Road, Mojave National Preserve, approximately 3100 feet elevation; pavement again, I'm so excitedThumbnailsMy cheap digital camera picks up some of the glowing pinks and blues of this Mojave National Preserve sunset

For some reason, I'm feeling energized now; must be today's energy bars kicking in. I have 600 feet of elevation gain ahead over the next 3.5 miles and a slight tailwind cheering me on for moral support.