A Taste of Wild Dinosaur
June starts the summer travel season. Many Americans will be driving out West to enjoy our spectacular scenery and national parks.
It would be easy to overlook Dinosaur National Monument because of its funny name. Sure, it has some dinosaur fossils at a small site near US-40. However, it has much more in over 200,000 acres. It’s a big park, about the size of Mount Rainier, Rocky Mountain and other more famous national parks.
If you’re in Colorado, Utah or Wyoming, it’s closer than you think. The rough roads are part of the adventure. Allow more time than you think you need, and explore.
Here’s a story from my pre-blog archives.