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My wish is granted when I reach a well-used campsite a short distance ahead, just off Castle Peaks Road

My wish is granted when I reach a well-used campsite a short distance ahead, just off Castle Peaks Road Immediately after the little detour on Castle Peaks Road is another sandy stretch, too deep for me to ride the 10-ton bikeThumbnailsI go for a short walk as I try to decide where to erect my tent, and I discover this luxury outdoor toiletImmediately after the little detour on Castle Peaks Road is another sandy stretch, too deep for me to ride the 10-ton bikeThumbnailsI go for a short walk as I try to decide where to erect my tent, and I discover this luxury outdoor toiletImmediately after the little detour on Castle Peaks Road is another sandy stretch, too deep for me to ride the 10-ton bikeThumbnailsI go for a short walk as I try to decide where to erect my tent, and I discover this luxury outdoor toiletImmediately after the little detour on Castle Peaks Road is another sandy stretch, too deep for me to ride the 10-ton bikeThumbnailsI go for a short walk as I try to decide where to erect my tent, and I discover this luxury outdoor toiletImmediately after the little detour on Castle Peaks Road is another sandy stretch, too deep for me to ride the 10-ton bikeThumbnailsI go for a short walk as I try to decide where to erect my tent, and I discover this luxury outdoor toilet

A couple of nice juniper trees, a fire ring (that I likely won't use), and a bit of shelter from the wind make this a good spot.