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The pristine sand layer on this segment of the road to Sands leaves the impression that nobody has come down here recently

The pristine sand layer on this segment of the road to Sands leaves the impression that nobody has come down here recently On the way to Sands is the remains of an old plank road, built ages ago to provide "permanent" traction in the sandThumbnailsA few hoops like these are mounted on sturdy metal posts in a sandy area a short distance from the roadOn the way to Sands is the remains of an old plank road, built ages ago to provide "permanent" traction in the sandThumbnailsA few hoops like these are mounted on sturdy metal posts in a sandy area a short distance from the roadOn the way to Sands is the remains of an old plank road, built ages ago to provide "permanent" traction in the sandThumbnailsA few hoops like these are mounted on sturdy metal posts in a sandy area a short distance from the roadOn the way to Sands is the remains of an old plank road, built ages ago to provide "permanent" traction in the sandThumbnailsA few hoops like these are mounted on sturdy metal posts in a sandy area a short distance from the roadOn the way to Sands is the remains of an old plank road, built ages ago to provide "permanent" traction in the sandThumbnailsA few hoops like these are mounted on sturdy metal posts in a sandy area a short distance from the road

My tires and feet leave fresh tracks here.