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A beautiful sunset illuminates the Providence Mountains behind me as I climb Kelbaker Road out of Kelso Valley toward Baker

A beautiful sunset illuminates the Providence Mountains behind me as I climb Kelbaker Road out of Kelso Valley toward Baker I take on the 12-mile climb up Kelbaker Road rising away from Kelso DepotThumbnailsAt the top of Kelbaker Road at 3800 feet, the last 20 miles into Baker at 925 feet will be a gentle downhill (in the dark)I take on the 12-mile climb up Kelbaker Road rising away from Kelso DepotThumbnailsAt the top of Kelbaker Road at 3800 feet, the last 20 miles into Baker at 925 feet will be a gentle downhill (in the dark)I take on the 12-mile climb up Kelbaker Road rising away from Kelso DepotThumbnailsAt the top of Kelbaker Road at 3800 feet, the last 20 miles into Baker at 925 feet will be a gentle downhill (in the dark)I take on the 12-mile climb up Kelbaker Road rising away from Kelso DepotThumbnailsAt the top of Kelbaker Road at 3800 feet, the last 20 miles into Baker at 925 feet will be a gentle downhill (in the dark)I take on the 12-mile climb up Kelbaker Road rising away from Kelso DepotThumbnailsAt the top of Kelbaker Road at 3800 feet, the last 20 miles into Baker at 925 feet will be a gentle downhill (in the dark)

Sunset is one of my favourite times to be out on a bicycle, but it also means that darkness will be here soon.