Lost City 5

  • lostcity5-004  The first 7 photos show a grave marker that we stumbled across on our way to Ridge 10.  We are assuming that it is the grave of a family pet…but you never know.
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  • lostcity5-022  Ridge 10
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  • lostcity5-093  An example of erosion along the ridges at the Lost City:  The first 2 photos of this group show how the lake waters undermined the sandstone along many of the ridges in the Lost City area.  One large section of sandstone is still hanging on in its original horizontal position and a second large piece has fallen and is now standing vertical.  In photos 2 and 3 you can see a bedrock mortar in the vertical piece.  The vertical piece of sandstone along with the pottery sherds in photos 4 and 5 were once horizontal and at the same level as the sandstone slab in the first two photos.
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