This cut might be multiple channel successions with a muddy over bank collapsing and depositing further downstream.
All along the rock faces, the cliff swallows have made their mud nests hanging up against the rock. There's a beak poking out of one of them. It's cool on the rock face, not so much on possibly the side of a house.
In the fields, the cacti were a blooming. Pink buds but yellow flowers. Also lizards, scorpions, marmots....
This was our last mapping exercise of the day. Not a great picture since the outcrop is so extensive. My sketch is way better. Valleys incising marine shorefaces. You can't see it. I can.
We ended the day with a long drive through the Uinta Mountains and overnight in Vernal, UT. Hot and dry.