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Since I'm in no rush today, I decide to take a short detour over to Government Holes, that big tree up the dirt road here

 Since I'm in no rush today, I decide to take a short detour over to Government Holes, that big tree up the dirt road here Cedar Canyon Road east of the Mid Hills is mostly unpaved, except for this short stretch by a cattle guardThumbnailsThis sign near Government Holes used to say something about private propertyCedar Canyon Road east of the Mid Hills is mostly unpaved, except for this short stretch by a cattle guardThumbnailsThis sign near Government Holes used to say something about private propertyCedar Canyon Road east of the Mid Hills is mostly unpaved, except for this short stretch by a cattle guardThumbnailsThis sign near Government Holes used to say something about private propertyCedar Canyon Road east of the Mid Hills is mostly unpaved, except for this short stretch by a cattle guardThumbnailsThis sign near Government Holes used to say something about private propertyCedar Canyon Road east of the Mid Hills is mostly unpaved, except for this short stretch by a cattle guardThumbnailsThis sign near Government Holes used to say something about private property

It's just a 1/4 mile in off Cedar Canyon Road, yet I've never stopped there during the many times I've ridden by.