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Ivanpah Road is wide and gravelly My five-mile ride across the Sagamore Canyon Cut-Off road comes to an end when I reach the bigger Ivanpah RoadThumbnailsI pull over on Ivanpah Road to check out a couple of Phacelias (Desert canterbury bells) in bloomMy five-mile ride across the Sagamore Canyon Cut-Off road comes to an end when I reach the bigger Ivanpah RoadThumbnailsI pull over on Ivanpah Road to check out a couple of Phacelias (Desert canterbury bells) in bloomMy five-mile ride across the Sagamore Canyon Cut-Off road comes to an end when I reach the bigger Ivanpah RoadThumbnailsI pull over on Ivanpah Road to check out a couple of Phacelias (Desert canterbury bells) in bloomMy five-mile ride across the Sagamore Canyon Cut-Off road comes to an end when I reach the bigger Ivanpah RoadThumbnailsI pull over on Ivanpah Road to check out a couple of Phacelias (Desert canterbury bells) in bloomMy five-mile ride across the Sagamore Canyon Cut-Off road comes to an end when I reach the bigger Ivanpah RoadThumbnailsI pull over on Ivanpah Road to check out a couple of Phacelias (Desert canterbury bells) in bloom

Sometimes, the rough surface provides good traction, but too much loose gravel sometimes makes for an unstable ride. Glad I have fat tires. My mind drifts while riding here and songs get stuck in my head, such as Marc Almond's Jacques Brel covers.