Further down the road we arrived at an interesting geologic wonder known as Fossil Falls. The name may be a little misleading since there's been no actual running water for a looong time. But when there was, it helped to create the unique shapes in the basalt:
Our next stop took us to Red Rock Canyon State Park (not to be confused with Red Rock Canyon State Park in Oklahoma) which is the southernmost portion of the Sierra Nevada mountain range that we saw earlier. Here's a quick look at some of what we saw:
Next up is a very famous fault!