CRNP-103 Our 7th park, we're sitting down to save our energy.
1 Our 7th park, we're sitting down to save our energy.
CRNP-104 This was home for a Mormon family of 13 people!<br>Kept everyone outside and busy I guess.
2 This was home for a Mormon family of 13 people!
Kept everyone outside and busy I guess.
CRNP-165 Fruita Historic District is inside the park. It was a Mormon settlement until 1969, and didn't change much at all outside electricty. This is the blacksmith…
3 Fruita Historic District is inside the park.
It was a Mormon settlement until 1969, and didn't change much at all outside electricty.
This is the blacksmith shop.
CRNP-105 This is a monocline. It is where one plate went under another.<br>The result is that water does not go past the monocline.
4 This is a monocline. It is where one plate went under another.
The result is that water does not go past the monocline.
CRNP-110 Abandonned uranium mines are all over the area and here are two.
5 Abandonned uranium mines are all over the area and here are two.
CRNP-108 The mine shaft entrance has lovely signs warning about radiation.<br>Also says you shouldn't camp here.
6 The mine shaft entrance has lovely signs warning about radiation.
Also says you shouldn't camp here.
CRNP-112 The sign says slick rock divide.<br>Rainfall goes either into Grand Wash or Capitol Gorge.
7 The sign says slick rock divide.
Rainfall goes either into Grand Wash or Capitol Gorge.
CRNP-114 Moenkopi Formation along the Scenic Drive.<br>Earth's layer cake.
8 Moenkopi Formation along the Scenic Drive.
Earth's layer cake.
CRNP-116 Entering Capitol Gorge
9 Entering Capitol Gorge
CRNP-168 Capitol Gorge. We drove down some pretty rutted dirt roads to get to the trail. This is a river when it rains, so you have to watch the weather. Looks kind of…
10 Capitol Gorge. We drove down some pretty rutted dirt roads to get to the trail.
This is a river when it rains, so you have to watch the weather.
Looks kind of cloudy...