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After about two miles on the deteriorating road up Keystone Canyon, I reach a wash-out Some of the bumpy road is ridable, but I walk the bike because something is rubbing again in the area of the rear rackThumbnailsThe old road isn't getting any better as it makes its way up Keystone Canyon!Some of the bumpy road is ridable, but I walk the bike because something is rubbing again in the area of the rear rackThumbnailsThe old road isn't getting any better as it makes its way up Keystone Canyon!Some of the bumpy road is ridable, but I walk the bike because something is rubbing again in the area of the rear rackThumbnailsThe old road isn't getting any better as it makes its way up Keystone Canyon!Some of the bumpy road is ridable, but I walk the bike because something is rubbing again in the area of the rear rackThumbnailsThe old road isn't getting any better as it makes its way up Keystone Canyon!Some of the bumpy road is ridable, but I walk the bike because something is rubbing again in the area of the rear rackThumbnailsThe old road isn't getting any better as it makes its way up Keystone Canyon!

I just passed a second campsite that looks interesting, but I think I'll leave the bike here and walk a little further up the road to see if there's an even better one just ahead.