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Ugh, the road is getting even sandier I start dragging the bike up the old Cima Road, which is turning out to be really sandyThumbnailsI look across the sand trap here and ponder the abandoned buildings at Death Valley MineI start dragging the bike up the old Cima Road, which is turning out to be really sandyThumbnailsI look across the sand trap here and ponder the abandoned buildings at Death Valley MineI start dragging the bike up the old Cima Road, which is turning out to be really sandyThumbnailsI look across the sand trap here and ponder the abandoned buildings at Death Valley MineI start dragging the bike up the old Cima Road, which is turning out to be really sandyThumbnailsI look across the sand trap here and ponder the abandoned buildings at Death Valley MineI start dragging the bike up the old Cima Road, which is turning out to be really sandyThumbnailsI look across the sand trap here and ponder the abandoned buildings at Death Valley Mine

If this deep sand continues, and it may, travel beyond here will be excruciatingly slow. It's already clear that I won't reach Butcher Knife Canyon, more than four miles away, by dark, so now the question is whether perhaps it's not a goal worth pursuing.