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Riding down the gentle grade of Kelso-Cima Road to Kelso Depot I cross the train tracks at the bottom of Globe Mine Road and am ready to get back on pavementThumbnailsI arrive at Kelso Depot in no time, chat with rangers, load up on water, rinse a wool t-shirt, and dump my garbageI cross the train tracks at the bottom of Globe Mine Road and am ready to get back on pavementThumbnailsI arrive at Kelso Depot in no time, chat with rangers, load up on water, rinse a wool t-shirt, and dump my garbageI cross the train tracks at the bottom of Globe Mine Road and am ready to get back on pavementThumbnailsI arrive at Kelso Depot in no time, chat with rangers, load up on water, rinse a wool t-shirt, and dump my garbageI cross the train tracks at the bottom of Globe Mine Road and am ready to get back on pavementThumbnailsI arrive at Kelso Depot in no time, chat with rangers, load up on water, rinse a wool t-shirt, and dump my garbageI cross the train tracks at the bottom of Globe Mine Road and am ready to get back on pavementThumbnailsI arrive at Kelso Depot in no time, chat with rangers, load up on water, rinse a wool t-shirt, and dump my garbage

A strong north wind pushes me down the 3.5-mile, 400-foot descent and I exceed 30 miles per hour for a while. It is hotter here in the valley and I pass a four-wheel-drive group stopped for a shady break under the railway tracks.