Wyoming '99: Monday
The rocks used to be completely covered; they were laid bare by the steady, strong winds of Wyoming, which over millennia blew all the dirt that covered them over into Nebraska and points east.
We found some fossil-looking scars on a rock, which excited everyone until we figured out they were left when some fence posts broke away from the rock.
The kids had great fun running off into the trees and finding new rocks to fall off of.
This sweet group of kids takes on a different tone when you see what the surveillance tape picked up . . .