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I cross the tracks at Globe Mine Road and it's official: I've just left pavement for a couple of days

I cross the tracks at Globe Mine Road and it's official: I've just left pavement for a couple of days I've been riding on pavement all day (almost 40 miles), but this will end now that I've reached the sign for Globe Mine RoadThumbnailsJust beyond the railroad tracks, Globe Mine Road splits into three unnamed roadsI've been riding on pavement all day (almost 40 miles), but this will end now that I've reached the sign for Globe Mine RoadThumbnailsJust beyond the railroad tracks, Globe Mine Road splits into three unnamed roadsI've been riding on pavement all day (almost 40 miles), but this will end now that I've reached the sign for Globe Mine RoadThumbnailsJust beyond the railroad tracks, Globe Mine Road splits into three unnamed roadsI've been riding on pavement all day (almost 40 miles), but this will end now that I've reached the sign for Globe Mine RoadThumbnailsJust beyond the railroad tracks, Globe Mine Road splits into three unnamed roadsI've been riding on pavement all day (almost 40 miles), but this will end now that I've reached the sign for Globe Mine RoadThumbnailsJust beyond the railroad tracks, Globe Mine Road splits into three unnamed roads

I'm happy to be entering the world of new experience now, which is the real reason for this trip. Today's bike ride so far has all been on a route that I've covered several times during past Mojave National Preserve trips.