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6/24
The gravelly road toward Foshay Pass rises slowly At the bottom of the hill, at about 3000 feet, I leave the pavement of Essex RoadThumbnailsAlong the way to Foshay Pass, there are a few steep sections, but the grade is mostly moderateAt the bottom of the hill, at about 3000 feet, I leave the pavement of Essex RoadThumbnailsAlong the way to Foshay Pass, there are a few steep sections, but the grade is mostly moderateAt the bottom of the hill, at about 3000 feet, I leave the pavement of Essex RoadThumbnailsAlong the way to Foshay Pass, there are a few steep sections, but the grade is mostly moderateAt the bottom of the hill, at about 3000 feet, I leave the pavement of Essex RoadThumbnailsAlong the way to Foshay Pass, there are a few steep sections, but the grade is mostly moderateAt the bottom of the hill, at about 3000 feet, I leave the pavement of Essex RoadThumbnailsAlong the way to Foshay Pass, there are a few steep sections, but the grade is mostly moderate

I'm very glad that the road is proving (so far) to be mostly rideable. The sand patches at the beginning of the road made me wonder if I might be getting myself into trouble by trying to ride this road.