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I stop in at Kelso Depot to buy a souvenir t-shirt and donate my half-full propane bottle to someone who can use it

I stop in at Kelso Depot to buy a souvenir t-shirt and donate my half-full propane bottle to someone who can use it Here I am yet again taking a break at Mojave National Preserve's Kelso Depot visitor centerThumbnailsBack on the road at 14h30 to start the climb up to the summit of Kelbaker RoadHere I am yet again taking a break at Mojave National Preserve's Kelso Depot visitor centerThumbnailsBack on the road at 14h30 to start the climb up to the summit of Kelbaker RoadHere I am yet again taking a break at Mojave National Preserve's Kelso Depot visitor centerThumbnailsBack on the road at 14h30 to start the climb up to the summit of Kelbaker RoadHere I am yet again taking a break at Mojave National Preserve's Kelso Depot visitor centerThumbnailsBack on the road at 14h30 to start the climb up to the summit of Kelbaker RoadHere I am yet again taking a break at Mojave National Preserve's Kelso Depot visitor centerThumbnailsBack on the road at 14h30 to start the climb up to the summit of Kelbaker Road

I'm not allowed to carry the propane bottle on tomorrow's Amtrak bus and train trip. I chat with the ranger on desk duty, but don't have to bother him to let me in to the downstairs closet again to fill up my water.

It turns out that I still have enough water to last until I reach Baker.