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I stop and look back up an especially sandy part of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road where I just skidded out

I stop and look back up an especially sandy part of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road where I just skidded out A couple of little lumps on Globe Mine Road add interest to the ride down the fanThumbnailsAs I approach the end of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road, the north fork merges in on the rightA couple of little lumps on Globe Mine Road add interest to the ride down the fanThumbnailsAs I approach the end of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road, the north fork merges in on the rightA couple of little lumps on Globe Mine Road add interest to the ride down the fanThumbnailsAs I approach the end of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road, the north fork merges in on the rightA couple of little lumps on Globe Mine Road add interest to the ride down the fanThumbnailsAs I approach the end of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road, the north fork merges in on the rightA couple of little lumps on Globe Mine Road add interest to the ride down the fanThumbnailsAs I approach the end of the middle fork of Globe Mine Road, the north fork merges in on the right

It can be fun "skiing" through the sand on a bicycle if one can get enough speed and momentum going. However, it is easy to lose balance and crash, given the weight of the loaded bike, so some care must be taken.

I would be enjoying this more if I had some water left to drink.