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I look behind me as I climb up the lower part of Wild Horse Canyon Road I start riding up Wild Horse Canyon Road, the lower part of which is washboarded and sometimes sandyThumbnails Wild Horse Canyon Road pops out of the canyon and onto higher ground, where I catch the beginning of sunsetI start riding up Wild Horse Canyon Road, the lower part of which is washboarded and sometimes sandyThumbnails Wild Horse Canyon Road pops out of the canyon and onto higher ground, where I catch the beginning of sunsetI start riding up Wild Horse Canyon Road, the lower part of which is washboarded and sometimes sandyThumbnails Wild Horse Canyon Road pops out of the canyon and onto higher ground, where I catch the beginning of sunsetI start riding up Wild Horse Canyon Road, the lower part of which is washboarded and sometimes sandyThumbnails Wild Horse Canyon Road pops out of the canyon and onto higher ground, where I catch the beginning of sunsetI start riding up Wild Horse Canyon Road, the lower part of which is washboarded and sometimes sandyThumbnails Wild Horse Canyon Road pops out of the canyon and onto higher ground, where I catch the beginning of sunset

I have to walk the bike up this stretch because there's too much sand for me to get traction (see my tire tracks?) However, not too far ahead, I'll be back on well-packed sand and gravel.