Red Fleet State Park is the location of dinosaur tracks from millions of years ago

This sign tells about the dinosaurs Lake and interesting rock formations in Red Fleet State Park Leaving Red Fleet State Park
We've climbed to the high meadows at about 8,000 feet above sea level The road goes through open range area... watch out for the cows! Thunderstorms are building to the west of us Wild flowers seen along the highway Flaming Gorge Reservoir near the Utah-Wyoming state line
Friendly chipmunk spotted along the ridge trail As we headed back south, storm clouds continued to build and - we ended up going through heavy rain for about 15 minutes.  The storm clouds cleared and we got bright sunshine again.  - This is a narrow canyon formed over the years by a small creek.

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