Near Hodding Creek on Route 114, about 15 minutes past Saguache, Colorado, some rolled bales of hay stacked on top of each other.
Looking back down Highway 191 as it climbs up into Ashley State Forest, the view is prehistoric and the past made more distant due to the smoke from western Colorado’s fires, possibly even some smoke mixed in from California.
Split Mountain strikes your eye as you enter the fertile plain of Vernal and Jensen, UT. A tortured twisted shape right at the location of the largest dinosaur find in the US, it’s almost like a historical marker of great turbulence and change, preserving the energy of those bizarre and incredible creatures who died there. An appropriate grave stone.