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I ride away from the campsite up Kelso Dunes Road toward the Providence Mountains The 10-ton bike has been rebuilt and is ready to leave Kelso DunesThumbnailsAt the end of Kelso Dunes Road, I rejoin the pavement of Kelbaker RoadThe 10-ton bike has been rebuilt and is ready to leave Kelso DunesThumbnailsAt the end of Kelso Dunes Road, I rejoin the pavement of Kelbaker RoadThe 10-ton bike has been rebuilt and is ready to leave Kelso DunesThumbnailsAt the end of Kelso Dunes Road, I rejoin the pavement of Kelbaker RoadThe 10-ton bike has been rebuilt and is ready to leave Kelso DunesThumbnailsAt the end of Kelso Dunes Road, I rejoin the pavement of Kelbaker RoadThe 10-ton bike has been rebuilt and is ready to leave Kelso DunesThumbnailsAt the end of Kelso Dunes Road, I rejoin the pavement of Kelbaker Road

Good-bye! Until next time! I stop briefly at the Kelso Dunes outhouse to use the facilities and dump a couple of pounds of garbage in the trash bins.

One isn't aware of just how much garbage one produces, and the weight of it, until it's necessary to carry it around to the next garbage can.