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Breaking camp on the final morning of a trip produces mixed emotions While sipping my coffee, I notice that the water bottles which I left outside last night have quite a bit of ice in themThumbnailsThe 10-ton bike has been rebuilt and is ready to leave Kelso DunesWhile sipping my coffee, I notice that the water bottles which I left outside last night have quite a bit of ice in themThumbnailsThe 10-ton bike has been rebuilt and is ready to leave Kelso DunesWhile sipping my coffee, I notice that the water bottles which I left outside last night have quite a bit of ice in themThumbnailsThe 10-ton bike has been rebuilt and is ready to leave Kelso DunesWhile sipping my coffee, I notice that the water bottles which I left outside last night have quite a bit of ice in themThumbnailsThe 10-ton bike has been rebuilt and is ready to leave Kelso DunesWhile sipping my coffee, I notice that the water bottles which I left outside last night have quite a bit of ice in themThumbnailsThe 10-ton bike has been rebuilt and is ready to leave Kelso Dunes

I feel like I'm just getting into this trip, and don't want it to end so soon. On the other hand, I'm glad that I won't find myself sleeping uncomfortably outside in the cold tonight.