Eight geology students traveled to the End of the Road Ranch in western Colorado during senior week with Dr. Chiarenzelli. The ranch is owned by alumni John Kelly ’69, who along with Doug Reed ’69, joined us for a tour of the geology and sustainability in an arid landscape. Highlights of the trip included geological investigation of the Colorado National Monument, Dinosaur National Monument, and Glenwood Hot Springs and tours of the Aspen Institute and features of local interest such as the Grand Hogback and Hanging Lake. The group used the End of the Road Ranch as home base and thoroughly enjoyed the seasonal weather including 10 inches of fresh snow, the, the sauna, and the home cooked ranch fare. Two seniors Grace O’Neil ’14 and Hillary Hagen-Peter ’14 sacrificed their senior week for one more geology excursion. Fun and learning was had by all.