CALIFORNIA SAUROPOD TRACKS
I...found a lot of tilted horizontally deposited sandstone all tilted at a 40 degree angle with lots of concretions in it,... It is similar to the sandstone at Tuba City i.e. Navajo Sandstone; except it is not crossbeded. But it is a medium course conglomerate more like Dinosaur Monument, and the Cleveland Lloyd Quarry in the middle of Utah; except they have clasts of silicon (quartz, jasper, agate, etc.) and clay bentonite and courser sandstone in the matrix of fine grained quartz sandstone that are larger (about an eighth of an inch in diameter average); than the L.A. beds. This is the type of rock you would expect to find fossil bones or trees in. That is how I discovered mammal bones in Cajon Pass, California, and bones above the tracks at Tuba City, Arizona.
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