James takes notes at the beginning of the trip.
Shelby explains the rhyolite at the Lower Narrows of the Baraboo River.
Amalia checks out the outcrop in detail.
Tom gives his interpretation of the Van Hise Rock, the shrine of Wisconsin geology,
And Dave puts in his two cents.
We had a good discussion at the boudinage fold on the west bluff of Devils Lake.
Kizzy looks out over Devils Lake on the hike along the east bluff.
Shelby leads a discussion at LaRue Quarry.
Kevin walks into the fantastic conglomerate exposure that is Parfreys Glen.
Tim choreographs a human display of the stratigraphy at Parfreys Glen.
Ginnie Anderson '46 gave us a wonderful tour of the International Crane Foundation.
Clint graphically illustrating sedimentary structures in Iowa.
Laura checks out little sand pedestals which were protected from erosion by pebbles.
On the trip home, Carl showed us the intriguing foreset layers he plans to study for his comps project.
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