It was a trip of views...
|Looking south toward Zion from Utah S.R. 14.|
|Fog coming off volcanic rocks, as seen from Colorado S.R. 34, AKA Trail Ridge Road, AKA Highway to the Sky, in Rocky Mountain National Park.|
|Another view from Trail Ridge Road (with snow!) from above 11,000 feet, possibly from above 12,000 feet.|
|On the road to Dinosaur National Park, from just outside Dinosaur, CO,|
looking south. Utah says this is Jurassic Entrada Sandstone on the Jurassic Carmel Formation. Colorado is vaguer about its formations.
|Looking straight down old U.S. 40 (West Wendover Boulevard, Wendover, NV) from I-80 toward the Great Salt Lake Desert.|
|U.S. 40 in Utah, with an old alignment of 40 off in the bushes.|
(Which road did my family and I travel on in 1957?)
|Mancos Shale just west of the UT-CO stateline near Dinosaur,|
with a bit of Mesaverde Group sandstone on top.
|Mancos Shale, seemingly everywhere, looking south from U.S. 40|
near Elk Springs, CO.
|Navajo Sandstone along Utah S.R. 89 about 6 miles north of Kanab.|