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11/15
Kitty-litter sand and gravel on Cedar Canyon Road in the Watson Wash area Taken east to west, Cedar Canyon Road is a slow route due to its occasional deep wash crossings, and ever-so-slight uphillThumbnailsFurther beyond Watson Wash, Cedar Canyon Road rides across firm ground againTaken east to west, Cedar Canyon Road is a slow route due to its occasional deep wash crossings, and ever-so-slight uphillThumbnailsFurther beyond Watson Wash, Cedar Canyon Road rides across firm ground againTaken east to west, Cedar Canyon Road is a slow route due to its occasional deep wash crossings, and ever-so-slight uphillThumbnailsFurther beyond Watson Wash, Cedar Canyon Road rides across firm ground againTaken east to west, Cedar Canyon Road is a slow route due to its occasional deep wash crossings, and ever-so-slight uphillThumbnailsFurther beyond Watson Wash, Cedar Canyon Road rides across firm ground againTaken east to west, Cedar Canyon Road is a slow route due to its occasional deep wash crossings, and ever-so-slight uphillThumbnailsFurther beyond Watson Wash, Cedar Canyon Road rides across firm ground again

I have to walk the 10-ton bike in some of the areas like this if there's not enough traction.