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Had breakfast in our Van this morning, Oatmeal and strawberries for Jane and Katy and of course I had my protein drink.....then we were off with tail winds.....Yeh!!!! We got about 3 miles down this hill and I was riding the Bianci and it started to shake like crazy so we stopped checked it out and Jane was going to ride into town to get Katy but I …
It was a relaxing 2 days mostly on the computer getting caught up. Yesterday we took a trip out to the Dinasour Monument Quarry and it was very interesting, when you look at the photos you will wonder what the heck is this. Back in 1905 Carnegie found a bone and started to dig for the bones and they built this building around it the wall of rock …
... that went down to 10 mph. The road was a thin 2 laner and the only part that had guardrails were the corners, the rest was a drop-off of at least 1,000 ft or so. At the top I took a picture of one side of the mountain and the other side. There are no Aspen trees here and no colours just green and brown. Looking forward to getting to the Grand Tetons tomorrow, this will remove another item from my bucket list :)
Daniel Junction roadhouse for a loo stop had an interesting photo board of people posing with the big wild mammals that they had killed. Along with the usual groceries, toiletries and such for sale you could have also bought some heavy ammunition. Stopped at Green River for lunch. They mine Turon here which is a mineral that is made into soda ash and used for lots of products around ...
... palentology and the history of the discovery and excavation
of the fossils, geology and a little something thrown in about the
night sky. We jumped on the little shuttle bus and headed up through
the rock strata to a glass and metal building on an overlook above
the Green River.
This modern building was built right
around a hillside quarry of rock with a logjam of dinosaur bones