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I'm lucky again when I pass the Cima Store because it's open About 1.5 miles before reaching the Cima Store, I pass that power-line road again that crosses Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsI start the 19-mile ride down Kelso-Cima Road to Kelso Depot and stop after 5 miles at the junction of Cedar Canyon RoadAbout 1.5 miles before reaching the Cima Store, I pass that power-line road again that crosses Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsI start the 19-mile ride down Kelso-Cima Road to Kelso Depot and stop after 5 miles at the junction of Cedar Canyon RoadAbout 1.5 miles before reaching the Cima Store, I pass that power-line road again that crosses Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsI start the 19-mile ride down Kelso-Cima Road to Kelso Depot and stop after 5 miles at the junction of Cedar Canyon RoadAbout 1.5 miles before reaching the Cima Store, I pass that power-line road again that crosses Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsI start the 19-mile ride down Kelso-Cima Road to Kelso Depot and stop after 5 miles at the junction of Cedar Canyon RoadAbout 1.5 miles before reaching the Cima Store, I pass that power-line road again that crosses Mojave National PreserveThumbnailsI start the 19-mile ride down Kelso-Cima Road to Kelso Depot and stop after 5 miles at the junction of Cedar Canyon Road

I stop in and buy a bag of chips and a can of 7up for a sugar rush. For a change, I don't need to buy any water: I still have some left and I'll fill up down at Kelso Depot in a while. I chat briefly with a ranger who has also stopped at the store.