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Well, well, there turns out to be a series of big rollers here on the way down. I've just come down the first.

Well, well, there turns out to be a series of big rollers here on the way down. I've just come down the first. Hmmm.. As the Powerline Road begins to "descend," it looks like I will first have another little uphillThumbnailsSome of these rollers are steep drop-offs that are too slippery and steep for me to ride down or upHmmm.. As the Powerline Road begins to "descend," it looks like I will first have another little uphillThumbnailsSome of these rollers are steep drop-offs that are too slippery and steep for me to ride down or upHmmm.. As the Powerline Road begins to "descend," it looks like I will first have another little uphillThumbnailsSome of these rollers are steep drop-offs that are too slippery and steep for me to ride down or upHmmm.. As the Powerline Road begins to "descend," it looks like I will first have another little uphillThumbnailsSome of these rollers are steep drop-offs that are too slippery and steep for me to ride down or upHmmm.. As the Powerline Road begins to "descend," it looks like I will first have another little uphillThumbnailsSome of these rollers are steep drop-offs that are too slippery and steep for me to ride down or up

Actually, I walked the bike most of the way down this hill because the gravel was slippery and I didn't want to risk losing control.