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I lock the bike to the fence at the Kelso Dunes trailhead A nice touch at the Kelso Dunes trailhead is a modern outhouse that's even equipped with toilet paperThumbnailsI begin the walk toward Kelso DunesA nice touch at the Kelso Dunes trailhead is a modern outhouse that's even equipped with toilet paperThumbnailsI begin the walk toward Kelso DunesA nice touch at the Kelso Dunes trailhead is a modern outhouse that's even equipped with toilet paperThumbnailsI begin the walk toward Kelso DunesA nice touch at the Kelso Dunes trailhead is a modern outhouse that's even equipped with toilet paperThumbnailsI begin the walk toward Kelso DunesA nice touch at the Kelso Dunes trailhead is a modern outhouse that's even equipped with toilet paperThumbnailsI begin the walk toward Kelso Dunes

I'm glad there's something to lock my bike to. Sometimes in the desert, there's nothing, and the best bet is to lay the bike on the ground behind a few creosote bushes where it will likely go unnoticed (just don't forget where you stashed it!)