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18/30
And finally—ta da—here we are, the road to Coyote Springs Just a couple more miles of climbing Kelbaker Road remainThumbnailsThe road to Coyote Springs is a bit rough, but not too bad compared to some other old desert roadsJust a couple more miles of climbing Kelbaker Road remainThumbnailsThe road to Coyote Springs is a bit rough, but not too bad compared to some other old desert roadsJust a couple more miles of climbing Kelbaker Road remainThumbnailsThe road to Coyote Springs is a bit rough, but not too bad compared to some other old desert roadsJust a couple more miles of climbing Kelbaker Road remainThumbnailsThe road to Coyote Springs is a bit rough, but not too bad compared to some other old desert roadsJust a couple more miles of climbing Kelbaker Road remainThumbnailsThe road to Coyote Springs is a bit rough, but not too bad compared to some other old desert roads

Actually, my climbing isn't completely over for the day, but I do get to leave traffic and pavement now. The road to Coyote Springs rises another 200 feet over about three miles to my campsite at the base of the mountains ahead.