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10/34
After a couple of miles on the power-line road, I locate the nearly invisible road that leaves on my right toward Coyote Springs Lo and behold, I've just reached a full-fledged desert stream!ThumbnailsI descend Kelbaker Road 3/4 mile to reach Kelso Dunes RoadLo and behold, I've just reached a full-fledged desert stream!ThumbnailsI descend Kelbaker Road 3/4 mile to reach Kelso Dunes RoadLo and behold, I've just reached a full-fledged desert stream!ThumbnailsI descend Kelbaker Road 3/4 mile to reach Kelso Dunes RoadLo and behold, I've just reached a full-fledged desert stream!ThumbnailsI descend Kelbaker Road 3/4 mile to reach Kelso Dunes RoadLo and behold, I've just reached a full-fledged desert stream!ThumbnailsI descend Kelbaker Road 3/4 mile to reach Kelso Dunes Road

On the way here, I spotted several short roads that weren't what I was looking for, and which turned out to lead only to the base of transmission towers.

If I were to stay on this road further, I would cross Kelbaker Road after another mile or two, and then Foshay Pass, the low spot in the Providence Mountains ahead. (I crossed Foshay Pass by bicycle on my Mojave National Preserve trip in 2000.)