An old sheperds cabin near Cannonville.
I'll bet this gets cold in the winter.
The sandstone floor changes color, here it is a mixture of Navajo sandstone and uranium ore.
Sandstone mixed with uranium ore. The teal green layers are the uranium.
Along the dirt road there are a few outcrops of little sunflowers.
Drought resistant wildflowers.
Grosvenor Arch Classic View.
The capstone of this arch is made of riverbed deposits. Compressed cobblestone.
That means the top of this arch was once the bottom of an ancient canyon river.
This arch doesn't seem that precarious from the front,
but looking from below, it becomes clear that it is very delicate.
Amazing erosion patterns.
Around the left side of the arch, is this tricky little Indian free climb
to gain access to the center of the arch.
Don't attempt climbing up this without protection.
Around the back of Grosvenor Arch is this square window behind a spherical socket.
Dazzling colors on top of Grosvenor Arch Mesa.
The eastern leg of Grosvenor Arch
Looking through Grosvenors legs toward the beginning of the Cockscomb.
This arch won't last long.
From above Grosvenor Arch looking down on it's elven headdress.
Interesting mineral deposits
Looks like predigested candy.
A hoodoo overseeing the entrance to the Window of the Spherical Socket.
Grosvenor Arch Area
A wide view of the Grosvenor Arch Area.
One last look at ol' Grozzy.