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Looking back at a wash crossing that the 10-ton bike and I just walked through on the road to Coyote Springs

Looking back at a wash crossing that the 10-ton bike and I just walked through on the road to Coyote Springs The road to Coyote Springs is a bit rough, but not too bad compared to some other old desert roadsThumbnailsParts of the road to Coyote Springs are fairly smooth and well-gradedThe road to Coyote Springs is a bit rough, but not too bad compared to some other old desert roadsThumbnailsParts of the road to Coyote Springs are fairly smooth and well-gradedThe road to Coyote Springs is a bit rough, but not too bad compared to some other old desert roadsThumbnailsParts of the road to Coyote Springs are fairly smooth and well-gradedThe road to Coyote Springs is a bit rough, but not too bad compared to some other old desert roadsThumbnailsParts of the road to Coyote Springs are fairly smooth and well-gradedThe road to Coyote Springs is a bit rough, but not too bad compared to some other old desert roadsThumbnailsParts of the road to Coyote Springs are fairly smooth and well-graded

This isn't super-deep sand here, but there's enough that it's not rideable in my current uphill direction. Perhaps on the way back down this road a couple days from now I can approach this wash with built-up momentum and sail through it.