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... finished the tour with a walk through the dinosaur garden to view the life-sized replicas of many previously living creatures.
Dinosaur National Monument was next on our schedule. The first entrance is about 20 miles east of Vernal. Our trailer needed some professional attention so I sent Darlene, Larry and Kathy on while I investigated our problem.
Dinosaur National Monument ...
... journey ahead of us.
Immediately after lunch we enter the beautiful Split Mountain Canyon. The rock layers visible where the river cut into the mountain, and the general upheaval surrounding the entrance are amazing. I am certain that I am using too many words like beautiful, amazing, stunning, and so forth, but I simply cannot come up with enough different words to praise the scenery.
The trip through Split Mountain Canyon to ...
... the end of the story - in the morning Glenn was resigned to losing his rope, but Jill and Greg kept working at it. We were starting to think that it would be a game for future campers at Jones Hole 3 for years, but to great cheering, they finally freed it from the tree.
One extra note - Tevas are the traditional river footwear, especially for women. I have included a photo of the Tevas, and what our feet look like after spending much time on the river!
... of beautiful white birch and then back to the pines. As we were coming out of the Unita Mountains, there were signs of up to a 9% grade for the next 12 miles, and 9 switchback turns! As we were driving along, a sign announced a switchback turn coming up and underneath it was another sign "Only 4 more to go" - glad someone has a sense of humor! Once out of the mountains, it was back to the buttes and ...
... 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