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3/28
Getting darker as I climb Kelbaker Road toward Kelso Dunes Road I pass by an area of subtly colourful hillsThumbnailsTo get out of the sandy wash, I opt for a "high road" that looks like a short bypassI pass by an area of subtly colourful hillsThumbnailsTo get out of the sandy wash, I opt for a "high road" that looks like a short bypassI pass by an area of subtly colourful hillsThumbnailsTo get out of the sandy wash, I opt for a "high road" that looks like a short bypassI pass by an area of subtly colourful hillsThumbnailsTo get out of the sandy wash, I opt for a "high road" that looks like a short bypassI pass by an area of subtly colourful hillsThumbnailsTo get out of the sandy wash, I opt for a "high road" that looks like a short bypass

I'm doing well at climbing the eight miles and 700 feet of elevation gain from Kelso Depot to Kelso Dunes Road, but I still have a few miles to go.