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In the last vestiges of daylight, I rattle four miles down the Kelso Dunes Road washboard back to my tent I decide to walk upstream to explore the extent of the stream and see if its beginning can be easily identifiedThumbnailsAt another junction on the way to Coyote Springs, I pull out my map to look for this fork in the roadI decide to walk upstream to explore the extent of the stream and see if its beginning can be easily identifiedThumbnailsAt another junction on the way to Coyote Springs, I pull out my map to look for this fork in the roadI decide to walk upstream to explore the extent of the stream and see if its beginning can be easily identifiedThumbnailsAt another junction on the way to Coyote Springs, I pull out my map to look for this fork in the roadI decide to walk upstream to explore the extent of the stream and see if its beginning can be easily identifiedThumbnailsAt another junction on the way to Coyote Springs, I pull out my map to look for this fork in the roadI decide to walk upstream to explore the extent of the stream and see if its beginning can be easily identifiedThumbnailsAt another junction on the way to Coyote Springs, I pull out my map to look for this fork in the road

As usual, I end up riding mostly on the wrong side of the road where less sand and gravel has accumulated, which is safe in the absence of other traffic. - As usual, I end up riding mostly on the wrong side of the road where less sand and gravel has accumulated, which is safe in the absence of other traffic.

Supper is rehydrated Mountain House Beef Stew again, my favourite, supplemented by more beef jerky that my neighbour gave me and Ritter Sport dark chocolate.

It's getting cold quickly this evening; I wish I still had more brandy left to help me keep warm!

Continue to Day 7: New Year's Eve ride from Kelso Dunes to Baker via Kelbaker Road to conclude the trip (and 2007).