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View north at the foot of the low hills691 viewsThe road now runs for a half mile north at the foot of these low hills.
Fill over lake sediment702 viewsHere the hillside gravels are spread out over lake sediment to make a good roadbase.
This hillside was graded down679 viewsThe hillside here has been contoured.
Much hillside grading is ongoing here696 viewsThe hillside gravels are being used as road fill.
View from hairpin curve725 viewsFrom the north side of the curve, this is the view to the south west.
Hairpin curve looking southeast.716 viewsFrom the north side of the curve, this is the view to the south east.
Hillside used as fill766 viewsHere, the hillsaide gravels are used as roadbase out over lake sediment.
The road skirting steep hillside723 viewsThe road, after going around the hairpin turn, heads south east.
The road turns back to the east.688 viewsAfter skirting this steep hillside going south east, the road turns back to the east.
Turning east to cross a small wash802 viewsThis is one of a few spots the NPS identified as potential for wash outs during a possible heavy rainstorm.
Turning to the north again745 viewsThe road turns north now for the final run to the river.
Looking back south755 viewsThis view is looking back south the way we have come.
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