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11/34
I descend Kelbaker Road 3/4 mile to reach Kelso Dunes Road After a couple of miles on the power-line road, I locate the nearly invisible road that leaves on my right toward Coyote SpringsThumbnailsI decide to walk upstream to explore the extent of the stream and see if its beginning can be easily identifiedAfter a couple of miles on the power-line road, I locate the nearly invisible road that leaves on my right toward Coyote SpringsThumbnailsI decide to walk upstream to explore the extent of the stream and see if its beginning can be easily identifiedAfter a couple of miles on the power-line road, I locate the nearly invisible road that leaves on my right toward Coyote SpringsThumbnailsI decide to walk upstream to explore the extent of the stream and see if its beginning can be easily identifiedAfter a couple of miles on the power-line road, I locate the nearly invisible road that leaves on my right toward Coyote SpringsThumbnailsI decide to walk upstream to explore the extent of the stream and see if its beginning can be easily identifiedAfter a couple of miles on the power-line road, I locate the nearly invisible road that leaves on my right toward Coyote SpringsThumbnailsI decide to walk upstream to explore the extent of the stream and see if its beginning can be easily identified

I've ridden Kelbaker Road many times, but never for such a short distance (3/4 mile), so this feels odd.

A couple of cars pass me here, the first I've seen since leaving my campsite earlier this afternoon.