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Before I start the ride up Wild Horse Canyon Road, I pick out some of the annoying stickers in my socks and shoes I'm back at the bike, which is hiding in the bushes just off Wild Horse Canyon Road, ready to ride home to Mid Hills campgroundThumbnailsI start riding up Wild Horse Canyon Road, the lower part of which is washboarded and sometimes sandyI'm back at the bike, which is hiding in the bushes just off Wild Horse Canyon Road, ready to ride home to Mid Hills campgroundThumbnailsI start riding up Wild Horse Canyon Road, the lower part of which is washboarded and sometimes sandyI'm back at the bike, which is hiding in the bushes just off Wild Horse Canyon Road, ready to ride home to Mid Hills campgroundThumbnailsI start riding up Wild Horse Canyon Road, the lower part of which is washboarded and sometimes sandyI'm back at the bike, which is hiding in the bushes just off Wild Horse Canyon Road, ready to ride home to Mid Hills campgroundThumbnailsI start riding up Wild Horse Canyon Road, the lower part of which is washboarded and sometimes sandyI'm back at the bike, which is hiding in the bushes just off Wild Horse Canyon Road, ready to ride home to Mid Hills campgroundThumbnailsI start riding up Wild Horse Canyon Road, the lower part of which is washboarded and sometimes sandy

The stickers are small, but they keep stabbing my feet. It was a mistake to hike here in my short pants; I should have kept my long legs on, to protect my shoes, despite the warmer temperature in this area today.