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After a mile or so, the road rises out of the wash and I have just enough traction to resume riding Back down in the Jackass Canyon Road wash, I resign myself to walking the bike through the kitty litter for a whileThumbnailsReturning to the main road, I decide to call it a day and set up camp by the power lines around 18h30Back down in the Jackass Canyon Road wash, I resign myself to walking the bike through the kitty litter for a whileThumbnailsReturning to the main road, I decide to call it a day and set up camp by the power lines around 18h30Back down in the Jackass Canyon Road wash, I resign myself to walking the bike through the kitty litter for a whileThumbnailsReturning to the main road, I decide to call it a day and set up camp by the power lines around 18h30Back down in the Jackass Canyon Road wash, I resign myself to walking the bike through the kitty litter for a whileThumbnailsReturning to the main road, I decide to call it a day and set up camp by the power lines around 18h30Back down in the Jackass Canyon Road wash, I resign myself to walking the bike through the kitty litter for a whileThumbnailsReturning to the main road, I decide to call it a day and set up camp by the power lines around 18h30

It's too dark to see details, but I can tell that I've exited the canyon and reached Devil's Playground. I see a side road that might be the road that crosses Devil's Playground and leads to Sands, but it dead-ends at another transmission tower.