Spanish Fork, Utah. MotoXperts. Nice folks. Cameron took care of us. (themotoxperts.com) The new tire is black, round and rubber just like the old one but it has tread. A good thing. From Spanish forks we headed Vernal, UT SE on US 6 to US 191 NE through Duchesne. We drove fast past these structures because we did not want to get windmill cancer It was an enjoyable ride through mountainous terrain without much traffic. We crossed several passes over 7,000 ft. Once past Duchesne we rode through flat farmland to Vernal. The next morning, Sunday, we made our way to Dinosaur National Monument. I was there 20 years ago but this was Lynn's first visit. Very few people there. The rangers were doing a good job in maintaining distance between people and we waited at the visitor center for a very short time before riding the shuttle to the quarry. The quarry is a hillside containing over 1,500 bones from the Jurassic period. The hillside is enclosed in a building to both protect the fossils on the hill and fossils like me visiting the site The photos don't do the wall of bones justice. The park is more than fossils. Petroglyphs from the Freemont People who inhabited the area can be found as well The artist who created these images was apparently interrupted while trying to include his web site address at the lower left.