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Some of the bumpy road is ridable, but I walk the bike because something is rubbing again in the area of the rear rack

Some of the bumpy road is ridable, but I walk the bike because something is rubbing again in the area of the rear rack The road forks again after 2/3 mile and I stay on the right fork toward Keystone CanyonThumbnailsAfter about two miles on the deteriorating road up Keystone Canyon, I reach a wash-outThe road forks again after 2/3 mile and I stay on the right fork toward Keystone CanyonThumbnailsAfter about two miles on the deteriorating road up Keystone Canyon, I reach a wash-outThe road forks again after 2/3 mile and I stay on the right fork toward Keystone CanyonThumbnailsAfter about two miles on the deteriorating road up Keystone Canyon, I reach a wash-outThe road forks again after 2/3 mile and I stay on the right fork toward Keystone CanyonThumbnailsAfter about two miles on the deteriorating road up Keystone Canyon, I reach a wash-outThe road forks again after 2/3 mile and I stay on the right fork toward Keystone CanyonThumbnailsAfter about two miles on the deteriorating road up Keystone Canyon, I reach a wash-out

I tighten a bolt that has loosened, but it doesn't stop the rubbing. I pass a campsite in this open area, but continue dragging the bike onward in the hope of a more interesting campsite further up the canyon.