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As I approach Watson Wash on Cedar Canyon Road, I pass a turn-off to an old alignment of the 4WD Mojave Road I'm riding a curvy stretch of Cedar Canyon Road now, heading straight toward Pinto Mountain for a few minutesThumbnailsI rattle my way across the part of Cedar Canyon Road that crosses Watson WashI'm riding a curvy stretch of Cedar Canyon Road now, heading straight toward Pinto Mountain for a few minutesThumbnailsI rattle my way across the part of Cedar Canyon Road that crosses Watson WashI'm riding a curvy stretch of Cedar Canyon Road now, heading straight toward Pinto Mountain for a few minutesThumbnailsI rattle my way across the part of Cedar Canyon Road that crosses Watson WashI'm riding a curvy stretch of Cedar Canyon Road now, heading straight toward Pinto Mountain for a few minutesThumbnailsI rattle my way across the part of Cedar Canyon Road that crosses Watson WashI'm riding a curvy stretch of Cedar Canyon Road now, heading straight toward Pinto Mountain for a few minutesThumbnailsI rattle my way across the part of Cedar Canyon Road that crosses Watson Wash

I can see that part of the narrow Mojave Road rolls quite steeply over the hills ahead, whereas the modern-day Cedar Canyon Road rides along much more gradually.