And a closer view:
This roadcut was heavily modified in 2009; the exposure now totally sucks.
More on this later...
UPDATE (3Apr10): This post was inspired by Callan Bentley's post on Baked fanglomerate at his (relatively) new blog Mountain Beltway. I thought, perhaps, that posting another baked zone would result in a meme that would propogate through the Geoblogosphere, but so far it's a mini-meme of two. :)
Andrew Alden, About.com:Geology, has a great geological wallpaper of a similar baked zone near Alturas, CA - check it out! I wonder if the two roadcuts are expose the same basalt flow.
UPDATE (4Arp10): More geobloggers have joined in this geomeme, Ron Schott has a baked contact (?) on a green sand beach on Hawaii, and Kyle House has a photo of a baked carbonate soil in colluvium on the Owyhee River.