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Uh oh, a fork in the power-line road; I have to make a choice that I didn't realize I'd have to make This four-wheel drive sign is the first sign I've seen on Jackass Canyon RoadThumbnailsHmmm...  it's extremely sandy on this part of Jackass Canyon RoadThis four-wheel drive sign is the first sign I've seen on Jackass Canyon RoadThumbnailsHmmm...  it's extremely sandy on this part of Jackass Canyon RoadThis four-wheel drive sign is the first sign I've seen on Jackass Canyon RoadThumbnailsHmmm...  it's extremely sandy on this part of Jackass Canyon RoadThis four-wheel drive sign is the first sign I've seen on Jackass Canyon RoadThumbnailsHmmm...  it's extremely sandy on this part of Jackass Canyon RoadThis four-wheel drive sign is the first sign I've seen on Jackass Canyon RoadThumbnailsHmmm...  it's extremely sandy on this part of Jackass Canyon Road

Power-line roads in the desert sometimes ignore the contours of the land and head straight up or down ridiculously steep slopes.

I opt for the low road here in case the high road is one of those that would take me on a series of steep uphills climbs on the way "down" the canyon.