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I'm happy when my gravelly road in the wash leads to the firmer ground of the McCullough Mountains powerline road

I'm happy when my gravelly road in the wash leads to the firmer ground of the McCullough Mountains powerline road My nice firm road surface transforms into shallow "kitty litter" as the road passes through a wash areaThumbnailsI pause on one of the many level stretches (in my direction of travel) along the McCullough Mountains powerline roadMy nice firm road surface transforms into shallow "kitty litter" as the road passes through a wash areaThumbnailsI pause on one of the many level stretches (in my direction of travel) along the McCullough Mountains powerline roadMy nice firm road surface transforms into shallow "kitty litter" as the road passes through a wash areaThumbnailsI pause on one of the many level stretches (in my direction of travel) along the McCullough Mountains powerline roadMy nice firm road surface transforms into shallow "kitty litter" as the road passes through a wash areaThumbnailsI pause on one of the many level stretches (in my direction of travel) along the McCullough Mountains powerline roadMy nice firm road surface transforms into shallow "kitty litter" as the road passes through a wash areaThumbnailsI pause on one of the many level stretches (in my direction of travel) along the McCullough Mountains powerline road

This road is generally heading in a downhill direction. However, many short steep hills like this one cut across the area's rugged topography, making for a fun roller-coaster-like ride on the 10-ton bike.