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OK, I return to the middle fork of Globe Mine Road and start what will probably be a rather sandy two-mile ride down the fan

OK, I return to the middle fork of Globe Mine Road and start what will probably be a rather sandy two-mile ride down the fan The "good road" that is not on my maps turns out to be very short and dead-ends at a guzzlerThumbnailsA couple of little lumps on Globe Mine Road add interest to the ride down the fanThe "good road" that is not on my maps turns out to be very short and dead-ends at a guzzlerThumbnailsA couple of little lumps on Globe Mine Road add interest to the ride down the fanThe "good road" that is not on my maps turns out to be very short and dead-ends at a guzzlerThumbnailsA couple of little lumps on Globe Mine Road add interest to the ride down the fanThe "good road" that is not on my maps turns out to be very short and dead-ends at a guzzlerThumbnailsA couple of little lumps on Globe Mine Road add interest to the ride down the fanThe "good road" that is not on my maps turns out to be very short and dead-ends at a guzzlerThumbnailsA couple of little lumps on Globe Mine Road add interest to the ride down the fan

I was hoping that the road to the guzzler might provide a harder-packed alternate route. I have about two miles to ride until I reach the pavement of Kelso-Cima Road.