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7/24
Along the way to Foshay Pass, there are a few steep sections, but the grade is mostly moderate The gravelly road toward Foshay Pass rises slowlyThumbnailsA bit higher up the road to Foshay Pass, I turn around to take in the view behind meThe gravelly road toward Foshay Pass rises slowlyThumbnailsA bit higher up the road to Foshay Pass, I turn around to take in the view behind meThe gravelly road toward Foshay Pass rises slowlyThumbnailsA bit higher up the road to Foshay Pass, I turn around to take in the view behind meThe gravelly road toward Foshay Pass rises slowlyThumbnailsA bit higher up the road to Foshay Pass, I turn around to take in the view behind meThe gravelly road toward Foshay Pass rises slowlyThumbnailsA bit higher up the road to Foshay Pass, I turn around to take in the view behind me

After the fast downhill on paved Essex Road a short while ago, I'm still getting used to my new slow speed on this rough road. No more 25 mph downhill!

But I've been out here on the 10-ton bike for 10 days now and I've gotten pretty strong. My legs are enjoying the gentle work-out on this rocky road and are happy that there's not too much sand here.