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At the end of Miller’s Canyon (Central Utah), just across the highway, is a huge plateau of yellow sandstone sitting on top of incredibly fluffy blue-gray sediment. Sometimes a block of sandstone will break off and roll down the soft slopes and end up out in the flats. Over a thousand years these huge blocks will weather and decompose into amazing shapes. These rocks are called “Miller’s Cows”. Some are as big as a bus, but these have eroded to almost nothing– just the bones of the cow.