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U-Dig Fossils | Dig for Trilobites | 12 Utah Staycations

I've been waiting to go to U-Dig Fossils in Delta for YEARS! Years. I follow a few random rockhounding facebook groups and somehow facebook kept pushing U-Dig ads at me. I'm so glad I saw those ads! U-Dig Fossils is quite the destination and you have to commit to the drive. There are a few rolling hills on the dirt road and it's SUPER fun to speed up while on those! We saw some wild horses and they were magnificent. Be sure to read out tips below before you head out on your own trip! You can just show up

Finding Moqui Balls in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

At Mile Marker 70, just outside of Escalante is a dirt road. A lovely dirt road. A dirt road that may not always be passable in rain or snow. We quickly came upon a sandy bank that stopped us in our little white Camry. My husband, being the safe one, went and walked the sand bank and looked at it from every angle. He came back and told us it was probably not passable. To say that I was disappointed was an understatement. We started the car around all the while I was complaining loudly. See, the whole reason we
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