dryfj.com / drycyclist.com

23/24
Home / Mojave bicycle-camping trips / 2000: Mojave National Preserve Bicycle Camping Trip #2 / Day 11: Providence Mountains State Recreation Area to Baker via Foshay Pass and Kelbaker Road /

Back in Baker, California, I rent a room at the Bun Boy Motel, waiting for tomorrow's Greyhound bus back to San José

Back in Baker, California, I rent a room at the Bun Boy Motel, waiting for tomorrow's Greyhound bus back to San José At 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)ThumbnailsBefore leaving the Bun Boy for my Greyhound bus, I take a final photo out my patio door across I-15 to Mojave National PreserveAt 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)ThumbnailsBefore leaving the Bun Boy for my Greyhound bus, I take a final photo out my patio door across I-15 to Mojave National PreserveAt 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)ThumbnailsBefore leaving the Bun Boy for my Greyhound bus, I take a final photo out my patio door across I-15 to Mojave National PreserveAt 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)ThumbnailsBefore leaving the Bun Boy for my Greyhound bus, I take a final photo out my patio door across I-15 to Mojave National PreserveAt 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)ThumbnailsBefore leaving the Bun Boy for my Greyhound bus, I take a final photo out my patio door across I-15 to Mojave National Preserve

I celebrate the end of the trip with a big Mexican meal at Los Dos Toritos down the road, some beer from the general store (I actually need all those extra calories right now), and smoke a couple of bowls of Patriot Flake to top it all off.