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I can zoom in for good views of the Hackberry Mountains while riding Cedar Canyon Road Some stretches of Cedar Canyon Road have significant sand accumulation, in addition to being washboardedThumbnailsLong stretches of Cedar Canyon Road are perfectly straight, but there are some curves and even a few 90-degree cornersSome stretches of Cedar Canyon Road have significant sand accumulation, in addition to being washboardedThumbnailsLong stretches of Cedar Canyon Road are perfectly straight, but there are some curves and even a few 90-degree cornersSome stretches of Cedar Canyon Road have significant sand accumulation, in addition to being washboardedThumbnailsLong stretches of Cedar Canyon Road are perfectly straight, but there are some curves and even a few 90-degree cornersSome stretches of Cedar Canyon Road have significant sand accumulation, in addition to being washboardedThumbnailsLong stretches of Cedar Canyon Road are perfectly straight, but there are some curves and even a few 90-degree cornersSome stretches of Cedar Canyon Road have significant sand accumulation, in addition to being washboardedThumbnailsLong stretches of Cedar Canyon Road are perfectly straight, but there are some curves and even a few 90-degree corners

I might make it over to the Hackberry Mountains later during this trip, so I study the view. Of special interest is the tilted upward surface at the right.