|Bill at the Bowman site, taking field notes.|
|Rachel sitting next to the Yale fish.|
|Bill and Robin discussing the stratigraphy of the Petrified Forest Member.|
|Excavating a metoposaur clavical found by another ranger at the Dying Grounds.|
|Pilot Rock and the very colorful Owl Rock Member of the Chinle.|
|Standing in Charles Camp's Smilosuchus quarry.|
From Charles Camp's notebook, Friday, June 17th, 1921:
"Started work on the bed of bones discovered by Misses Kellogg in the steep bank about 50 feet above the arroyo that runs thru camp. Walked in a short distance over the soft bone and uncovered the back part of the lower jaws of a phytosaur - apparently a very long jawed form. Worked here all day in teeth of a biting wind blowing gravel in our faces. We could only proceed slowly as the bones are very soft and show tendency to crack as soon as exposed to the weather."
more to come...