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I take a quick break at the Kelbaker Road summit to put on my winter jacket and scarf in preparation for the downhill ahead Ah, my 12-mile climb up to the Kelbaker Road summit ends just ahead at the power lines...ThumbnailsBaker, California: 23 miles and 2900 feet below the Kelbaker Road summitAh, my 12-mile climb up to the Kelbaker Road summit ends just ahead at the power lines...ThumbnailsBaker, California: 23 miles and 2900 feet below the Kelbaker Road summitAh, my 12-mile climb up to the Kelbaker Road summit ends just ahead at the power lines...ThumbnailsBaker, California: 23 miles and 2900 feet below the Kelbaker Road summitAh, my 12-mile climb up to the Kelbaker Road summit ends just ahead at the power lines...ThumbnailsBaker, California: 23 miles and 2900 feet below the Kelbaker Road summitAh, my 12-mile climb up to the Kelbaker Road summit ends just ahead at the power lines...ThumbnailsBaker, California: 23 miles and 2900 feet below the Kelbaker Road summit

No bees are buzzing around at this location today, as I have occasionally encountered during previous trips.

My cotton T-shirt is a bit moist from the uphill sweating, but doesn't require changing. However, I packed an extra T-shirt in the top of my saddlebags in case I needed to put on a dry one after the climb.