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11/28
Back on the road at 14h30 to start the climb up to the summit of Kelbaker Road I stop in at Kelso Depot to buy a souvenir t-shirt and donate my half-full propane bottle to someone who can use itThumbnailsThe climb is going really well, probably because it's the end of the trip and I'm stronger now after two weeks of thisI stop in at Kelso Depot to buy a souvenir t-shirt and donate my half-full propane bottle to someone who can use itThumbnailsThe climb is going really well, probably because it's the end of the trip and I'm stronger now after two weeks of thisI stop in at Kelso Depot to buy a souvenir t-shirt and donate my half-full propane bottle to someone who can use itThumbnailsThe climb is going really well, probably because it's the end of the trip and I'm stronger now after two weeks of thisI stop in at Kelso Depot to buy a souvenir t-shirt and donate my half-full propane bottle to someone who can use itThumbnailsThe climb is going really well, probably because it's the end of the trip and I'm stronger now after two weeks of thisI stop in at Kelso Depot to buy a souvenir t-shirt and donate my half-full propane bottle to someone who can use itThumbnailsThe climb is going really well, probably because it's the end of the trip and I'm stronger now after two weeks of this

Over 12 miles, I'll rise from 2125 feet at Kelso Depot to 3800 feet at the summit. It's mostly not very steep, but it does take a while, and the sun is hot.