Our Daily Sykes Our Daily Sykes #62 – Not As Dry As It Seems June 18, 2010 pdorpat 2 Comments This place is not as dry as it first seems. A river runs through it. Still it is another unidentified Sykes landscape of the West, a sand box for civil defense buckets or a backdrop for cutout characters in a class project animation. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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I don’t think these formations are sand. There are clear strata, and the steepness and flat areas indicate they are rock and clay most likely. They look different from large sand dunes, for example:
White Sands Nat Monument
Coral Pink Sand Dunes
Sand Dunes Nat Monument
Gosh John. I only mean about three inches deep or even less than that. The frosting of sand. The overcoat of sand. Not great peaked piles of it. But you think not even a dusting. You think these are hard forms?