I am about to embark on a six-day field trip to the Henry Mountains in Utah. As always, it was my students who chose the topic for this semester's class. Most people I talk to have just looked at the Henry's from afar. That is certainly my case. But we will be spending some quality time here using the BLM's Starr Springs campground as a base. I hope to spend a day exploring the Dirty Devil River canyon to the east, one day looking around the south side of Mt. Hillers, where the sedimentary rocks have been upturned in the emplacement of the laccolith, one day exploring the southern Waterpocket Fold, and a free day to go somewhere else.
Check back here in the first week of May for some photo's and the blog. Needless to say, this is a primitive camp with no option to send photo's from the field.