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The last couple miles up Kelso Dunes Road is enjoyable with the view toward Providence Mountains in my face

The last couple miles up Kelso Dunes Road is enjoyable with the view toward Providence Mountains in my face I cut over from the power-line road to Kelso Dunes Road and make a stop at the washroom near the dunes trailThumbnailsAt the end of Kelso Dunes Road, I start riding down the paved Kelbaker Road, with the Granite Mountains behind meI cut over from the power-line road to Kelso Dunes Road and make a stop at the washroom near the dunes trailThumbnailsAt the end of Kelso Dunes Road, I start riding down the paved Kelbaker Road, with the Granite Mountains behind meI cut over from the power-line road to Kelso Dunes Road and make a stop at the washroom near the dunes trailThumbnailsAt the end of Kelso Dunes Road, I start riding down the paved Kelbaker Road, with the Granite Mountains behind meI cut over from the power-line road to Kelso Dunes Road and make a stop at the washroom near the dunes trailThumbnailsAt the end of Kelso Dunes Road, I start riding down the paved Kelbaker Road, with the Granite Mountains behind meI cut over from the power-line road to Kelso Dunes Road and make a stop at the washroom near the dunes trailThumbnailsAt the end of Kelso Dunes Road, I start riding down the paved Kelbaker Road, with the Granite Mountains behind me

Plus, the road was recently graded, so the usual sand and washboard has departed. I'll turn left at the stop sign ahead and start riding down the hill to Kelso.