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After escaping Whiskey Pete's, I begin the trip for real by riding through Primm toward the dirt roads that lead out of town

After escaping Whiskey Pete's, I begin the trip for real by riding through Primm toward the dirt roads that lead out of town I pack up the 10-ton bike, and roll it out down the hall to the Whiskey Pete's elevatorThumbnailsJust outside Primm is one of the entrances to the Ivanpah Dry Lake recreation areaI pack up the 10-ton bike, and roll it out down the hall to the Whiskey Pete's elevatorThumbnailsJust outside Primm is one of the entrances to the Ivanpah Dry Lake recreation areaI pack up the 10-ton bike, and roll it out down the hall to the Whiskey Pete's elevatorThumbnailsJust outside Primm is one of the entrances to the Ivanpah Dry Lake recreation areaI pack up the 10-ton bike, and roll it out down the hall to the Whiskey Pete's elevatorThumbnailsJust outside Primm is one of the entrances to the Ivanpah Dry Lake recreation areaI pack up the 10-ton bike, and roll it out down the hall to the Whiskey Pete's elevatorThumbnailsJust outside Primm is one of the entrances to the Ivanpah Dry Lake recreation area

See that narrow dirt road straight ahead at the end of the pavement? That will be my road. The bend on the silly palm trees indicates how windy it is here today in this part of the Mojave Desert.