Sunday, March 28, 2010


I made this sandwich for my lunch tomorrow.
String cheese,


Thursday, March 25, 2010

This week at work

I saw this in a boulder and thought it was a fossil. But it was just a flat chert pebble.This little stream was so calming, but it made me have to pee.

This was a pretty cool paleo-channel. You could see the bedforms and the u-shape. The edge of it was strangely rounded though.
I've never seen a center stake tied to the old well head before.
I'm not sure why this is so important. All the invasive species had taken over this reclaimed area.
This washed out photo is of a couple of juniper berries. The one on the right was really different, it looked more like a flower or pine cone. Interestingly enough, juniper berries aren't really berries. They're extremely modified pine cones.
It's kind of hard to see in the photo, but there is a very large burrow preserved in the sandstone above my field book. That was the only fossil we found that day. :-(
A stack of Brennan Basin Flapjacks.
Iron concretion surrounded by smaller iron concretions.
PPE is not my favorite thing to wear. But I do look pretty good in it.

Decreased liability for our clients is more important than avoiding heatstroke,