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Home / Mojave bicycle-camping trips / 2007, Christmas: Mojave National Preserve Mountain-Bike Camping / Day 4: Mountain-bike ride across Devil's Playground to Sands, California and back, Mojave National Preserve /

Back at the road between Sands and my campsite on the other side of Devil's Playground, I re-enter Mojave National Preserve

Back at the road between Sands and my campsite on the other side of Devil's Playground, I re-enter Mojave National Preserve I'm not seeing new points of interest along the service road, so I cross the tracks and ride back up to SandsThumbnailsCrossing a dry mud flat near Sands on the way back across Devil's PlaygroundI'm not seeing new points of interest along the service road, so I cross the tracks and ride back up to SandsThumbnailsCrossing a dry mud flat near Sands on the way back across Devil's PlaygroundI'm not seeing new points of interest along the service road, so I cross the tracks and ride back up to SandsThumbnailsCrossing a dry mud flat near Sands on the way back across Devil's PlaygroundI'm not seeing new points of interest along the service road, so I cross the tracks and ride back up to SandsThumbnailsCrossing a dry mud flat near Sands on the way back across Devil's PlaygroundI'm not seeing new points of interest along the service road, so I cross the tracks and ride back up to SandsThumbnailsCrossing a dry mud flat near Sands on the way back across Devil's Playground

Mojave National Preserve is one of the country's largest parks and has numerous back-road entrances like this one, with signs where one least expects to come across such a thing.

This is the sign whose rear I saw just before arriving at Sands.