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More fun rolling up and down (more down than up) along the powerline road on the southeast side of the McCullough Mountains

More fun rolling up and down (more down than up) along the powerline road on the southeast side of the McCullough Mountains I stop again to take in the views eastward across Nevada's scenic Wee Thump Joshua Tree WildernessThumbnailsI take a short energy-bar break where I leave the powerline road for a lesser road heading toward the Pine Spring areaI stop again to take in the views eastward across Nevada's scenic Wee Thump Joshua Tree WildernessThumbnailsI take a short energy-bar break where I leave the powerline road for a lesser road heading toward the Pine Spring areaI stop again to take in the views eastward across Nevada's scenic Wee Thump Joshua Tree WildernessThumbnailsI take a short energy-bar break where I leave the powerline road for a lesser road heading toward the Pine Spring areaI stop again to take in the views eastward across Nevada's scenic Wee Thump Joshua Tree WildernessThumbnailsI take a short energy-bar break where I leave the powerline road for a lesser road heading toward the Pine Spring areaI stop again to take in the views eastward across Nevada's scenic Wee Thump Joshua Tree WildernessThumbnailsI take a short energy-bar break where I leave the powerline road for a lesser road heading toward the Pine Spring area

I'm glad this road has turned out to be a fun ride, even with the 10-ton bike and a bit of loose rock on the road. Some of the other desert powerline roads have lengthy stretches that are ridiculously steep, and unrideable.