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... had never seen a cow. Not so this time.
At the lookout we met a man all set with his telescope for the full lunar eclipse. He explained that there were 1000’s of cattle in these hills for the summer. The grass was good. The cattle actually helped minimize forest fires as they ate the grass, instead of allowing it to get thick and matted. ...
... period is called BCE Before Current Era - what we used to call BC. We saw images of big horn sheep, mystical figures, and images of men.
We got back to camp without sighting any critters today. We sat outside and watched the sunset and then came in and had a great chicken thigh dinner with noodles and gravy. We also had some corn on the cob that was not very good. Peg says a person could make a mint anyplace out west opening a good corn stand. ...
... pears and apricots along the Fremont River, that their community was called Fruita. The last families left in 1968 and Capital Reef was named a National Park in 1971. The orchards are still here, however, and anyone can pick and eat fruit from any tree free of charge. Since we were here in the late spring, the blossoms are gone and the fruit has not formed, but we could see ...
... br> Here are the five layers most predominant in the park...from the bottom starting with Moenkopi, then Shinarump, Chinle (this is the greenish layer), Wingate Sandstone (this is the tall shiny walls), and Navajo Sandstone.
Moenkopi on the very bottom, then Chinle above it (the gray-green layer), then the dark ...
... was interesting to see and just the right kind hike. There were quite a few people on the trail, but not overly crowded when we went. Then we went to look at the petroglyphs and the Capitol Dome. I was particularly interested in seeing the Fruita School house. It was interesting to see and read about it. The building was very small. I was sorry that they did not have it open, so we had ...