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an outcrop of the Fossil Ridge sandstone, and found it was so. The wagon went on to Trilby school houseCommons-logo.svgOpenstreetmap logo.svg Trilby Schoolhouse and camped in a pasture between the school house and Fossil Ridge. Just as we turned into the pasture, in crossing a furrow, the right hind wheel dished and is a complete wreck. We unloaded, got a pole under the axle, and dragged the wagon to a camping place. Also broke another spring, the front one. All hands take it philosophically and are thankful that there are still three wheels on. Finished labelling specimens at 10 p.m. and retired.

Fossil Ridge, Trilby SchoolhouseCommons-logo.svgOpenstreetmap logo.svg Trilby Schoolhouse June 12, 1906Wikipedia-logo-v2.svg June 12, 1906, Tuesday Arose at 6:15; got breakfast and had the wagon taken apart and ready to load on a lumber wagon to take to town at 9 p.m. (sic). Then I went