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A few low hills jut up from the relatively flat landscape along the road to Sands A couple of miles down from my tent, a branch in the road to the left will take me to SandsThumbnailsOn the way to Sands is the remains of an old plank road, built ages ago to provide "permanent" traction in the sandA couple of miles down from my tent, a branch in the road to the left will take me to SandsThumbnailsOn the way to Sands is the remains of an old plank road, built ages ago to provide "permanent" traction in the sandA couple of miles down from my tent, a branch in the road to the left will take me to SandsThumbnailsOn the way to Sands is the remains of an old plank road, built ages ago to provide "permanent" traction in the sandA couple of miles down from my tent, a branch in the road to the left will take me to SandsThumbnailsOn the way to Sands is the remains of an old plank road, built ages ago to provide "permanent" traction in the sandA couple of miles down from my tent, a branch in the road to the left will take me to SandsThumbnailsOn the way to Sands is the remains of an old plank road, built ages ago to provide "permanent" traction in the sand

The hills are rocky, but their lower portions are covered with a thin layer of Devil's Playground sand.