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It's time for a short break to enjoy the solitude of Sagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road without the noise of the 10-ton bike I can see across the eastern end of Lanfair Valley over to the Castle Peaks area, where I spent a few days last weekThumbnailsSagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road rolls over many low humps, since it cuts across drainage areas from the New York MountainsI can see across the eastern end of Lanfair Valley over to the Castle Peaks area, where I spent a few days last weekThumbnailsSagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road rolls over many low humps, since it cuts across drainage areas from the New York MountainsI can see across the eastern end of Lanfair Valley over to the Castle Peaks area, where I spent a few days last weekThumbnailsSagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road rolls over many low humps, since it cuts across drainage areas from the New York MountainsI can see across the eastern end of Lanfair Valley over to the Castle Peaks area, where I spent a few days last weekThumbnailsSagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road rolls over many low humps, since it cuts across drainage areas from the New York MountainsI can see across the eastern end of Lanfair Valley over to the Castle Peaks area, where I spent a few days last weekThumbnailsSagamore Canyon Cut-Off Road rolls over many low humps, since it cuts across drainage areas from the New York Mountains

I've ridden just over three of the five miles of this road, and haven't seen anyone else yet today. I'm enjoying my dried-apricot snack, which is one of the few food items I have left.