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OK, the stream isn't exactly deep here, but it's deep enough The soft sand on this road results in my walking the bike for about a mile, leaving nice tire tracks behindThumbnailsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThe soft sand on this road results in my walking the bike for about a mile, leaving nice tire tracks behindThumbnailsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThe soft sand on this road results in my walking the bike for about a mile, leaving nice tire tracks behindThumbnailsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThe soft sand on this road results in my walking the bike for about a mile, leaving nice tire tracks behindThumbnailsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier postsThe soft sand on this road results in my walking the bike for about a mile, leaving nice tire tracks behindThumbnailsThis sandy road-in-a-wash ends after a couple of miles and the rest of it ahead is blocked Wilderness barrier posts

The flat streamside rock here will provide a perfect comfy place to sit while pumping. I'll refill my two-litre Camelbak (running low) as well as the empty 1.5-litre bottle that brought along.