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I figure I may as well continue onward a little further and see if the deep sand lets up I look across the sand trap here and ponder the abandoned buildings at Death Valley MineThumbnailsDragging the 10-ton bike through the sand is quite tiring and I'm expending a lot of energy hereI look across the sand trap here and ponder the abandoned buildings at Death Valley MineThumbnailsDragging the 10-ton bike through the sand is quite tiring and I'm expending a lot of energy hereI look across the sand trap here and ponder the abandoned buildings at Death Valley MineThumbnailsDragging the 10-ton bike through the sand is quite tiring and I'm expending a lot of energy hereI look across the sand trap here and ponder the abandoned buildings at Death Valley MineThumbnailsDragging the 10-ton bike through the sand is quite tiring and I'm expending a lot of energy hereI look across the sand trap here and ponder the abandoned buildings at Death Valley MineThumbnailsDragging the 10-ton bike through the sand is quite tiring and I'm expending a lot of energy here

So far the sand is still a problem, but I'll be taking a road to the left that leaves the sandy wash after a mile or so. Maybe it's worth continuing that far to see if the next road is any better.