Though the bones looked quite old, we called the police department to report them, just in case. A reporter, two policemen, and an archeologist all showed up and we led them to the scene. Everyone eventually concurred that they were Fremont Indian remains that must have washed down from a cliff crevice. (This culture not uncommonly buried their dead in crevices.)
The Ute tribe was notified, and they said they would gather the remains and hold a ceremony.
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