Because the world is amazing . . .
What interesting topography... Are they demolishing that peaked hill?
I'm sure they're not demolishing the hill. There are a lot of naturally-weathered features out there. I'm not sure where the main digging takes place, or if they mostly wait until fossils are exposed. The area is gigantic, and I believe they actually have two or three visitors' centers. There is a supervised area where the public can dig for smaller fossils. We didn't even begin to see the whole area. In a sec I will link to another part of the area with a beautifully weathered hill with red stripes. Last night I forgot to make the link.
Now that's a peak! Wonderful landscape.
just looking at the picture gives me chills. I can't wait to go out there again. Let's dig for fossils!
very particular landscape
Fascinating...so what kind of fossils does one find there? And since when do fossils need beds? ;-)We just arrived home after driving almost 4000 miles to Colorado and back...I'm trying to play catch-up but it's probably impossible.Nice to hear from you again! Hope all is well!
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