Josie Bassett Morris established her homestead at this site in 1914. Although she was a successful Utah rancher, Josie is probably better known for her love affairs with the outlaws who roamed the wild west in the late 1800's and early 1900's. It is rumored that she was romantically involved with Elzy Lay and Ben Kilpatrick of Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch. Josie married five times and divorced four of her husbands, allegedly running one of them off with her cast iron frying pan. A fifth reportedly died of alcoholism, but the rumors that Josie actually poisoned him live on. Wild and tough, Josie suffered a broken hip in 1963 while feeding her horse on frozen, slippery ground. She died shortly thereafter at the age of 90. Her cabin is now a popular attraction located in the Utah portion of Dinosaur National Monument.