Mariela, Lori and Madi record their observations at the Pumice Quarry.
Madi shares her observations with the group.
Ryan explains his observations at the Pumice Quarry.
Izzat, Liz, and Jensen ponder how this unit came to be.
Garrett gets up close and personal with the Bishop Tuff.
Mariela examines a lithic fragment from the Bishop Tuff
Katie points to a beautiful fault at Chalk Bluffs.
Kevin enjoys the scenery on our way to the Owens River Gorge.
Madi, Kevin, and Liz showing off on a bolder of Bishop Tuff.
Strike a pose.
Eating lunch at an overlook of the Owens River Gorge.
Madi becomes one with nature during lunch.
Feeling on top of the world.
Sierra Tuff Strut.
One of our many critter friends from today.
Recording observations of the Bishop Tuff exposed in the upper portion of the Owens River Gorge.
You can never look too closely at a rock.
Vying for the best vantage point.
Madi sketches a beatful rosette feature of the Bishop Tuff exposed at Owens River Gorge.
A little closer.
Resting in the shade while we discuss just how those rosettes may have formed.
Serpentine, and I don't mean the rock.
She was more scared of us then we were of her.
A beautiful day to explore the Tuff.
On our way down the Owens River Gorge.
Madi and Nadine conquer the cool waters of the Owen River.
Lucas fears no cold stream.
Ryan shows Mariela and Teresa how it is done.
Owen River Champions.
Mariela demonstrates buoyancy, an important scientific concept.
Tougher than the Bishop Tuff.
One last view of the Bishop Tuff.
Ryan's a happy camper.
Couldn't pass up this photo op.
Yes! The time for Linda Dore cuisine has come!
Kevin and Lori demonstrate one of their many talents.
Cleaning up and relaxing at SNARL.