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I rattle my way across the part of Cedar Canyon Road that crosses Watson Wash As I approach Watson Wash on Cedar Canyon Road, I pass a turn-off to an old alignment of the 4WD Mojave RoadThumbnailsAfter crossing Watson Wash, I turn off Cedar Canyon Road to visit the Bert Smith rock houseAs I approach Watson Wash on Cedar Canyon Road, I pass a turn-off to an old alignment of the 4WD Mojave RoadThumbnailsAfter crossing Watson Wash, I turn off Cedar Canyon Road to visit the Bert Smith rock houseAs I approach Watson Wash on Cedar Canyon Road, I pass a turn-off to an old alignment of the 4WD Mojave RoadThumbnailsAfter crossing Watson Wash, I turn off Cedar Canyon Road to visit the Bert Smith rock houseAs I approach Watson Wash on Cedar Canyon Road, I pass a turn-off to an old alignment of the 4WD Mojave RoadThumbnailsAfter crossing Watson Wash, I turn off Cedar Canyon Road to visit the Bert Smith rock houseAs I approach Watson Wash on Cedar Canyon Road, I pass a turn-off to an old alignment of the 4WD Mojave RoadThumbnailsAfter crossing Watson Wash, I turn off Cedar Canyon Road to visit the Bert Smith rock house

To avoid the heavily washboarded surface, I ride on the far right whenever possible. However, occasional sand accumulations on the shoulder push me out into the middle of the road sometimes. Bounce, bounce.