Day 650: Fossils, Hail, and Snow

This morning we drove the truck a couple miles to the Trail of Time.  The first stop on the trail is an active dinosaur fossil quarry.  There was no-one working here today:

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Next we viewed Camarasaurus fossils still in the rock:

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Foreleg bone fossil:

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Vertebrae in the rock:

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The view across Rabbit Valley:

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Another dinosaur fossil:

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I think this is a Palm stem fossil:

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Fossilized wood:

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Another fossil:

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After we finished the trail, we hitched up and drove to Fruita where we dumped and filled the RV.  While there, we were caught in a hail storm:

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We drove east on Interstate 70, where there was snow on the ground at the passes above 10,000 feet:

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We drove 300 miles today to a PPG flying site on a private farm about 15 miles east of Denver.  We will be here until Friday, when we will relocate to Denver for Shabbos and Shavuos.  See the trip map for today‚Äôs drive and our current location.

Day 649: Colorado NM and Black Canyon of the Gunnison NP
Day 651: The Colorado Capitol Building

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