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I pause on one of the many level stretches (in my direction of travel) along the McCullough Mountains powerline road

I pause on one of the many level stretches (in my direction of travel) along 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 roadThumbnailsI stop again to take in the views eastward across Nevada's scenic Wee Thump Joshua Tree WildernessI'm happy when my gravelly road in the wash leads to the firmer ground of the McCullough Mountains powerline roadThumbnailsI stop again to take in the views eastward across Nevada's scenic Wee Thump Joshua Tree WildernessI'm happy when my gravelly road in the wash leads to the firmer ground of the McCullough Mountains powerline roadThumbnailsI stop again to take in the views eastward across Nevada's scenic Wee Thump Joshua Tree WildernessI'm happy when my gravelly road in the wash leads to the firmer ground of the McCullough Mountains powerline roadThumbnailsI stop again to take in the views eastward across Nevada's scenic Wee Thump Joshua Tree WildernessI'm happy when my gravelly road in the wash leads to the firmer ground of the McCullough Mountains powerline roadThumbnailsI stop again to take in the views eastward across Nevada's scenic Wee Thump Joshua Tree Wilderness

The numerous joshua trees here make for a really scenic ride, in addition to the fact that I've seen no people other than myself so far since leaving the pavement of Highway 164.