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I stop for a moment when I pass the unmaintained Vulcan Mine Road Coming up to the "big bend," I can now see the town of Kelso down in the distanceThumbnailsApproaching Kelso, I see a freight train in the distance with a lot of red carsComing up to the "big bend," I can now see the town of Kelso down in the distanceThumbnailsApproaching Kelso, I see a freight train in the distance with a lot of red carsComing up to the "big bend," I can now see the town of Kelso down in the distanceThumbnailsApproaching Kelso, I see a freight train in the distance with a lot of red carsComing up to the "big bend," I can now see the town of Kelso down in the distanceThumbnailsApproaching Kelso, I see a freight train in the distance with a lot of red carsComing up to the "big bend," I can now see the town of Kelso down in the distanceThumbnailsApproaching Kelso, I see a freight train in the distance with a lot of red cars

I haven't been up this road yet, but I was thinking that it might provide good access for hiking canyons in the Providence Mountains. However, Eric told me that he tried it and ran across a lot of deep drainages when hiking across the fan up in that area.