You know how little kids (and cats) are known for walking across fresh concrete, leaving footprints for all eternity?


Turns out dinosaurs did it too. Although, to be fair, it was just wet sand at that point; it took several million years for it to harden into stone. (Plus, the dad dinosaur probably didn’t just smooth the sand out for a patio).

And just because it’s that time of year: here’s the classic Moab shot; you’ll see this a thousand times in calendars and on postcards. Colorado river, Fisher towers, snow-capped La Sal mountains. We popped into Grand Junction for a day this week; this was the view on the way back, about 20 miles from home.