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On the way to Sands is the remains of an old plank road, built ages ago to provide "permanent" traction in the sand A few low hills jut up from the relatively flat landscape along the road to SandsThumbnailsThe pristine sand layer on this segment of the road to Sands leaves the impression that nobody has come down here recentlyA few low hills jut up from the relatively flat landscape along the road to SandsThumbnailsThe pristine sand layer on this segment of the road to Sands leaves the impression that nobody has come down here recentlyA few low hills jut up from the relatively flat landscape along the road to SandsThumbnailsThe pristine sand layer on this segment of the road to Sands leaves the impression that nobody has come down here recentlyA few low hills jut up from the relatively flat landscape along the road to SandsThumbnailsThe pristine sand layer on this segment of the road to Sands leaves the impression that nobody has come down here recentlyA few low hills jut up from the relatively flat landscape along the road to SandsThumbnailsThe pristine sand layer on this segment of the road to Sands leaves the impression that nobody has come down here recently

One of Bill Mann's Mojave Desert guides lists this point of interest, but it's all covered with sand except for the small segment visible here.