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Some stretches of Cedar Canyon Road have significant sand accumulation, in addition to being washboarded Near the old house, a bird lands atop a joshua treeThumbnailsI can zoom in for good views of the Hackberry Mountains while riding Cedar Canyon RoadNear the old house, a bird lands atop a joshua treeThumbnailsI can zoom in for good views of the Hackberry Mountains while riding Cedar Canyon RoadNear the old house, a bird lands atop a joshua treeThumbnailsI can zoom in for good views of the Hackberry Mountains while riding Cedar Canyon RoadNear the old house, a bird lands atop a joshua treeThumbnailsI can zoom in for good views of the Hackberry Mountains while riding Cedar Canyon RoadNear the old house, a bird lands atop a joshua treeThumbnailsI can zoom in for good views of the Hackberry Mountains while riding Cedar Canyon Road

Since there's almost no traffic, I often ride all over the road, looking for the least bumpy and least sandy surface. I've been riding in this drunken style all day on these roads.