I did the journaling and printed it but didn't catch a spelling error (autocorrect). Since I had already adhered it to the paper with the photos I didn't feel like redoing it so I did a correction as well as I could.
Journaling: We strolled along the path, reading the signs and taking pictures.
Sign: Volcanic eruptions between 17 and 38 million years ago formed the Chisos Mountains. Geologists believe that some mountain peaks including Emory Peak and Casa Grande, may have been volcanic vents that spewed gases, rocks, ash and lava in violent eruptions. In other areas thick lava oozed up slowly through large fissures and hardened into enormous rounded mounds known as lava domes.
Following the volcanic activity, millions of years of erosion wore down these mountains and partially filled the Basin with sediments. Now the sediments are being eroded and carried out of the Basin through the Window,