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I'm glad to finally be on the top of Morning Star Mine Road, but the headwind pushing me back is even more ferocious up here!

I'm glad to finally be on the top of Morning Star Mine Road, but the headwind pushing me back is even more ferocious up here! I take a break on the way up endless Morning Star Mine Road (at the old corral) and see a bicycle speed down the roadThumbnailsAfter a couple of miles, I pass the Cima Store at 4200 feet, and it's actually open this time, at this late hour!I take a break on the way up endless Morning Star Mine Road (at the old corral) and see a bicycle speed down the roadThumbnailsAfter a couple of miles, I pass the Cima Store at 4200 feet, and it's actually open this time, at this late hour!I take a break on the way up endless Morning Star Mine Road (at the old corral) and see a bicycle speed down the roadThumbnailsAfter a couple of miles, I pass the Cima Store at 4200 feet, and it's actually open this time, at this late hour!I take a break on the way up endless Morning Star Mine Road (at the old corral) and see a bicycle speed down the roadThumbnailsAfter a couple of miles, I pass the Cima Store at 4200 feet, and it's actually open this time, at this late hour!I take a break on the way up endless Morning Star Mine Road (at the old corral) and see a bicycle speed down the roadThumbnailsAfter a couple of miles, I pass the Cima Store at 4200 feet, and it's actually open this time, at this late hour!

It's already almost 17h and I haven't decided where I'm going to end the day yet. I think I'll keep going and head down toward Kelso Depot, since I know there's water there, and I may need that by the end of tomorrow.

I stop by the power lines for another short break and a chocolate energy bar.