We thought we were done seeing cowboys then we came upon a much larger group of cowboys, either just getting ready to head out or finishing up for the day. I was able to get only one image since they were not in the road and surprised us.
We made it to Dinosaur National Monument that night, camped in the campground right on the Green River. We got to the visitor center just as it was closing for the day but saw enough to make us think it would be a very good place to spend a couple of nights in order to see more of the park.
Next morning started out overcast but it didn’t rain much. We headed south from Dinosaur, CO, on Rt. 139 and went up over Douglas Pass. We got up into the thick clouds on a narrow very twisty road with little visibility at the top. Not a fun drive at all, only saving grace was it didn’t rain, just wet mist up there. We followed a loaded cattle truck down and I was sure glad I wasn’t driving that rig! This road was an alternate to Rt. 191 which I’d taken before, it was not a short cut and given the steep pass I’d pass on taking it again.