In case you have never been to Johnstown, structure around here is not of the “in your face” variety. On 6. April the structure class went out to 403 between Cramer & Johnstown to examine an anticline over the course of four stops. 403 is not exactly the safest road out there, so we hauled out the stylish UPJ Geology orange vests. (Maximum dip, btw, on either limb was <20 degrees)
There were a few places were someone just “had” to see what the overlying rock was on a given outcrop.