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19/39
I notice a Wilderness marker and a closed road I pass one of those little "Entering Mojave National Preserve" signs that are used on less-travelled routesThumbnailsOff in the distance further down the power-line road, I see wafting trails of dustI pass one of those little "Entering Mojave National Preserve" signs that are used on less-travelled routesThumbnailsOff in the distance further down the power-line road, I see wafting trails of dustI pass one of those little "Entering Mojave National Preserve" signs that are used on less-travelled routesThumbnailsOff in the distance further down the power-line road, I see wafting trails of dustI pass one of those little "Entering Mojave National Preserve" signs that are used on less-travelled routesThumbnailsOff in the distance further down the power-line road, I see wafting trails of dustI pass one of those little "Entering Mojave National Preserve" signs that are used on less-travelled routesThumbnailsOff in the distance further down the power-line road, I see wafting trails of dust

Maybe that's an abandoned mine or some other point of interest up at the end of the closed road, so I stash my bike in a gulley and go for a short walk to find out.

(Bicycles are prohibited in Wilderness areas.)