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I remount the bike and pedal some more when I reach a less hilly part of the road heading toward the McCullough Mountains

I remount the bike and pedal some more when I reach a less hilly part of the road heading toward the McCullough Mountains Loose rock and an uphill grade require that I walk the 10-ton bike up parts of the road toward the Pine Spring areaThumbnails I haven't seen a lot of wildflowers in this area today, but here are a couple in the road to Pine SpringLoose rock and an uphill grade require that I walk the 10-ton bike up parts of the road toward the Pine Spring areaThumbnails I haven't seen a lot of wildflowers in this area today, but here are a couple in the road to Pine SpringLoose rock and an uphill grade require that I walk the 10-ton bike up parts of the road toward the Pine Spring areaThumbnails I haven't seen a lot of wildflowers in this area today, but here are a couple in the road to Pine SpringLoose rock and an uphill grade require that I walk the 10-ton bike up parts of the road toward the Pine Spring areaThumbnails I haven't seen a lot of wildflowers in this area today, but here are a couple in the road to Pine SpringLoose rock and an uphill grade require that I walk the 10-ton bike up parts of the road toward the Pine Spring areaThumbnails I haven't seen a lot of wildflowers in this area today, but here are a couple in the road to Pine Spring

I notice I'm feeling tired; that last energy bar didn't provide much of a boost. The strong winds pushing against me here are using a lot of my energy, so I still find myself walking the bike occasionally.