Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Field School Field Trip Photos

Native Americans carved these stone figures approximately 800 years ago, now to be seen in Petroglyph Canyon on the Montana-Wyoming border.

A variety of animal figures perhaps provided hopes for a bountiful hunt.

Spectacularly colorful Paleozoic and Mesozoic sedimentary rocks are exposed in the dissected Crooked Creek Anticline at the southwestern end of the Pryor Mountains.

Pigs jump from the starting gate as Montana’s favorite races get underway at the Bearcreek Saloon and bring our first week of digging to a close.


Anonymous said...

Hi, Dad my favorite pictures were the ones of the petroglyphs. William :)

Glenn said...

Howdy William! Great to hear from you and glad you enjoyed the snaps! I expect you to join me in looking at the petroglyphs here next year. I'll be home soon, best to Olivia, Ian and Mom.
Love Dad.