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5/24
At the bottom of the hill, at about 3000 feet, I leave the pavement of Essex Road About 3 miles down the hill from the Providence Mountains campground, I hear a big "clunk" and feel something draggingThumbnailsThe gravelly road toward Foshay Pass rises slowlyAbout 3 miles down the hill from the Providence Mountains campground, I hear a big "clunk" and feel something draggingThumbnailsThe gravelly road toward Foshay Pass rises slowlyAbout 3 miles down the hill from the Providence Mountains campground, I hear a big "clunk" and feel something draggingThumbnailsThe gravelly road toward Foshay Pass rises slowlyAbout 3 miles down the hill from the Providence Mountains campground, I hear a big "clunk" and feel something draggingThumbnailsThe gravelly road toward Foshay Pass rises slowlyAbout 3 miles down the hill from the Providence Mountains campground, I hear a big "clunk" and feel something draggingThumbnailsThe gravelly road toward Foshay Pass rises slowly

I start climbing the sandy Powerline Road back in the general direction from which I just came. This road crosses the Providence Mountains in about seven miles at Foshay Pass, and is the most remote road I've tried riding out here so far.