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The power-line road crosses Kelbaker Road and I get back on pavement here Proud power-line boy reaches the de facto crest of his climb for the dayThumbnailsProud power-line boy reaches the de facto crest of his climb for the dayThumbnailsProud power-line boy reaches the de facto crest of his climb for the dayThumbnailsProud power-line boy reaches the de facto crest of his climb for the dayThumbnailsProud power-line boy reaches the de facto crest of his climb for the dayThumbnails

If I would continue on this power-line road, I'd reach remote Marl Springs after seven more miles. I visited Marl Springs on my 2006 trip out here; it has water and was a possible destination on this trip as well.