After Mike took me to dinner at the EDR (Employee Dinning Room) last night we headed out of the park and into the Kaibab National Forest to Marble View overlooking North Canyon, Marble Plateau, Marble Canyon where the Colorado River cuts through and beyond.
We arrived just in time to catch the sunset.
And also a great lightning storm to the south and east.
While the full moon tried to break through the building clouds.
I played with various settings on my camera.
Still don’t really know how the dang thing works.
Even had a tripod.
This morning the sun shone and we went fossil hunting.
There are plenty of fossils to hunt.
We’ll use the crinoids that look like beads on some necklaces.
Then another storm approached.
And Mike finally convinced me to head back to camp where we thought we’d wait it out. But, it seemed to be coming down heavier.
So, we packed it in and headed back through the forest in the rain.
And even saw hail on the ground.
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