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For a few minutes, that famous orange light of desert sunset oozes across the land Dragging the 10-ton bike through the sand is quite tiring and I'm expending a lot of energy hereThumbnailsThe orange light of sunset vanishes as quickly as it appearedDragging the 10-ton bike through the sand is quite tiring and I'm expending a lot of energy hereThumbnailsThe orange light of sunset vanishes as quickly as it appearedDragging the 10-ton bike through the sand is quite tiring and I'm expending a lot of energy hereThumbnailsThe orange light of sunset vanishes as quickly as it appearedDragging the 10-ton bike through the sand is quite tiring and I'm expending a lot of energy hereThumbnailsThe orange light of sunset vanishes as quickly as it appearedDragging the 10-ton bike through the sand is quite tiring and I'm expending a lot of energy hereThumbnailsThe orange light of sunset vanishes as quickly as it appeared

I'm inching my way closer to the New York Mountains ahead. There's a little less sand in places, which is encouraging. Now I occasionally get to walk the 10-ton bike instead of drag it through sand.