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Proud power-line boy reaches the de facto crest of his climb for the day Many of these flat primroses dot the sand around my campsite, but this is the only one that's floweringThumbnailsThe power-line road crosses Kelbaker Road and I get back on pavement hereMany of these flat primroses dot the sand around my campsite, but this is the only one that's floweringThumbnailsThe power-line road crosses Kelbaker Road and I get back on pavement hereMany of these flat primroses dot the sand around my campsite, but this is the only one that's floweringThumbnailsThe power-line road crosses Kelbaker Road and I get back on pavement hereMany of these flat primroses dot the sand around my campsite, but this is the only one that's floweringThumbnailsThe power-line road crosses Kelbaker Road and I get back on pavement hereMany of these flat primroses dot the sand around my campsite, but this is the only one that's floweringThumbnailsThe power-line road crosses Kelbaker Road and I get back on pavement here

Actually, this power-line road will rise another 200 feet before reaching Kelbaker Road some three miles further, after which it will be downhill to the Kelso Depot visitor centre.