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I mount the bike and ride the 1/4-mile shortcut at the end of Kelso Dunes Road to the nearby power-line road Looking back down at the old Coyote Springs Road from the little hill that I've climbed upThumbnailsAt this time of day, Kelso Dunes look like earth rather than huge piles of sandLooking back down at the old Coyote Springs Road from the little hill that I've climbed upThumbnailsAt this time of day, Kelso Dunes look like earth rather than huge piles of sandLooking back down at the old Coyote Springs Road from the little hill that I've climbed upThumbnailsAt this time of day, Kelso Dunes look like earth rather than huge piles of sandLooking back down at the old Coyote Springs Road from the little hill that I've climbed upThumbnailsAt this time of day, Kelso Dunes look like earth rather than huge piles of sandLooking back down at the old Coyote Springs Road from the little hill that I've climbed upThumbnailsAt this time of day, Kelso Dunes look like earth rather than huge piles of sand

I'm headed directly toward the Bristol Mountains (or is it the Granite Mountains? I'm not sure where one begins and the other ends). This only takes a few minutes.