A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.

Friday, August 30, 2019

More Pretty Scenery

Near Bryce Canyon, Utah

Out riding exploring new areas I came upon some of the geology Utah is famous for.

This iron and manganese rich sediment layer covers all of the lower half of Utah.  It is just a matter of geological uplift and erosion taking place to expose this layer of rock for us to see. 

I was making my way over to view this canyon (excuse the crappy photo)...

...when I came upon this sign on top of the ridge.  This is miles out in the middle of the wilderness.  From a distance I thought it read WARNING FLYING SAUCERS.  That would have made more sense.  
Anyway, I turned back at this point.
Hey, I was all by myself and if I got attacked by flying debris no one would know.


  1. I have visited Bryce long ago at sunrise, it was amazing to watch it.

  2. Where is the debris flying from? Perhaps from crashed flying saucers?
    Spectacular rocks here, wish I could visit.

  3. Hmmm. Glad you didn't turn the sign itself into flying debris.


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