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13/71
As I approach the former settlement of Barnwell, Mojave National Preserve, I pass an old windmill and water tank Hart Mine Road is a rough dirt road that rises about 250 feet in 2.5 miles on my detour route via BarnwellThumbnailsAcross the road from the old Barnwell water tank is a corral and another windmillHart Mine Road is a rough dirt road that rises about 250 feet in 2.5 miles on my detour route via BarnwellThumbnailsAcross the road from the old Barnwell water tank is a corral and another windmillHart Mine Road is a rough dirt road that rises about 250 feet in 2.5 miles on my detour route via BarnwellThumbnailsAcross the road from the old Barnwell water tank is a corral and another windmillHart Mine Road is a rough dirt road that rises about 250 feet in 2.5 miles on my detour route via BarnwellThumbnailsAcross the road from the old Barnwell water tank is a corral and another windmillHart Mine Road is a rough dirt road that rises about 250 feet in 2.5 miles on my detour route via BarnwellThumbnailsAcross the road from the old Barnwell water tank is a corral and another windmill

The 10-ton bike waits for me while I climb up the side of the water tank. It's dry inside, as I expected, since it's no longer maintained for use.