There were a lot of other people out enjoying the park. Some were speaking foreign languages. I saw a Mercedes truck and camper that had Euro plates. A lot of beautiful sights to see, as well.
In this shot you can see a bighorn sheep.
There's actually quite a few bighorn sheep in the park. A year or so ago we were coming through the park, and they were working on the roads so we had to stop at one of the portable stop lights. While stopped we noticed a large, full curl bighorn walking towards us. He was only about 50 yards away. I started fumbling for the camera. I finally got it out and went to take some video only to find that the SD card was full. I guess I had filled it up at Grand Canyon National Park earlier in the day. Anyway, the ram came down and crossed the road not more than 20 yards right in front of us and jumped up a vertical bank right next to us. It was quite a sight to see. My son-in-law who was riding with us managed to get a picture of the ram from his cell phone as the ram went up a distant ridge. Even at a distance you can see how massive his horns are.
As we went on down through Zion there were other places where people were stopped, taking pictures of the bighorn sheep. At one place there were several on the hill above the road looking down. It was as if the sheep were as interested in the people as the people were interested in them. It was kind of comical to see.
I thought I was going to get rained on, but I managed to beat the storm.