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The 8.5-mile descent down Kelbaker Road to Kelso Depot is always fun I can't resist taking a closer look at this big birdThumbnailsOne hour after leaving Coyote Springs, I pull into the Mojave National Preserve visitor centre at Kelso DepotI can't resist taking a closer look at this big birdThumbnailsOne hour after leaving Coyote Springs, I pull into the Mojave National Preserve visitor centre at Kelso DepotI can't resist taking a closer look at this big birdThumbnailsOne hour after leaving Coyote Springs, I pull into the Mojave National Preserve visitor centre at Kelso DepotI can't resist taking a closer look at this big birdThumbnailsOne hour after leaving Coyote Springs, I pull into the Mojave National Preserve visitor centre at Kelso DepotI can't resist taking a closer look at this big birdThumbnailsOne hour after leaving Coyote Springs, I pull into the Mojave National Preserve visitor centre at Kelso Depot

It's early Monday afternoon, so there's not much traffic, which makes it funner. I almost reach 30 miles per hour on the steeper stretches here, and the desert wind is cooperating, pushing me a little from behind.