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The 10-ton bike reassembled, I'm ready to put my helmet on and start riding up the Kelso Dunes power-line road

The 10-ton bike reassembled, I'm ready to put my helmet on and start riding up the Kelso Dunes power-line road After packing up, I carry my saddlebags and bicycle down to the power-line road for final assemblyThumbnailsOff the Kelso Dunes power-line road, I notice vehicle tracks going past a Wilderness boundary markerAfter packing up, I carry my saddlebags and bicycle down to the power-line road for final assemblyThumbnailsOff the Kelso Dunes power-line road, I notice vehicle tracks going past a Wilderness boundary markerAfter packing up, I carry my saddlebags and bicycle down to the power-line road for final assemblyThumbnailsOff the Kelso Dunes power-line road, I notice vehicle tracks going past a Wilderness boundary markerAfter packing up, I carry my saddlebags and bicycle down to the power-line road for final assemblyThumbnailsOff the Kelso Dunes power-line road, I notice vehicle tracks going past a Wilderness boundary markerAfter packing up, I carry my saddlebags and bicycle down to the power-line road for final assemblyThumbnailsOff the Kelso Dunes power-line road, I notice vehicle tracks going past a Wilderness boundary marker

Actually, I won't put the helmet on just yet. I first have to walk the bike through the sandy area ahead, but once it becomes rideable, then the helmet will go on.