Fri, Jun 14, 2019
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I wasted little time returning to the bike where I took a last photo before packing up for the ride down. This was the most enjoyable part of the day, now that the flies had gone, the temperature had cooled nicely and the failing light made for an exhilarating ride back down. I had to dodge rocks and brush as I cruised down some 4.5mi of the road with only a few short uphill sections. The looser ground of those last two miles that had been graded made the ride a little squirrelly, but still fun since no crash was involved. It was getting pretty dark by the time I returned and since I had nowhere particular to be that night, I decided to stay camped where I'd parked near Cachuma Saddle. It was a pleasant, quiet place to rest up with a cool breeze blowing most of the night through the saddle, rocking the jeep ever so gently...
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