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Taken east to west, Cedar Canyon Road is a slow route due to its occasional deep wash crossings, and ever-so-slight uphill

Taken east to west, Cedar Canyon Road is a slow route due to its occasional deep wash crossings, and ever-so-slight uphill Cedar Canyon Road crosses the historic Old Mojave RoadThumbnailsKitty-litter sand and gravel on Cedar Canyon Road in the Watson Wash areaCedar Canyon Road crosses the historic Old Mojave RoadThumbnailsKitty-litter sand and gravel on Cedar Canyon Road in the Watson Wash areaCedar Canyon Road crosses the historic Old Mojave RoadThumbnailsKitty-litter sand and gravel on Cedar Canyon Road in the Watson Wash areaCedar Canyon Road crosses the historic Old Mojave RoadThumbnailsKitty-litter sand and gravel on Cedar Canyon Road in the Watson Wash areaCedar Canyon Road crosses the historic Old Mojave RoadThumbnailsKitty-litter sand and gravel on Cedar Canyon Road in the Watson Wash area

Gradually, my speed on Cedar Canyon Road slows to about 6.5 miles per hour and, oh, I remember this area so well from last year's ride out here, when it was already dark.