Josie and her cabin are inseparable in the minds of many Basin-ites, springing up memories of traveling to the end of Cub Creek Road in Dinosaur National Monument. The toughest woman in the wild west, Josie Bassett Morris and her famous homestead will be the focus of an open house event this Saturday. There are about as many partners in the event as fans of Josie with the Western Heritage Museum, Uintah County Library, Daughters of Utah Pioneers and Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge all joining with Monument staff to plan the event. The open house is being held from 10:00am to 2:00pm on Saturday, August 13th with tours of the cabin, scavenger hunts, games, guided hikes, storytelling and talks by local historians. If a day’s worth of activities isn’t enough, you can join in the fun early by attending a presentation on Josie on Friday evening at the Green River Campground at 7:30pm. While the activities are all free, the monument’s regular entrance fees apply. Visit www.nps.gov/dino for more information.