In the meantime, I have left Zion National Park, and arrived at Lake Powell. Pretty scenery on the way.
When I got close to Lake Powell, I saw a sign for this visitor center, so I pulled over to check it out. Good move!
As you can see from this map, this national monument takes up a LOT of space, but there are few roads through it and only a couple of basic campgrounds on the very edges.
I liked the architecture of this building and the images of the dinosaur.
And inside, they did indeed have real dinosaurs!
And even a baby! It was really hard to figure out what was what, but one of the rangers came over and helped.
And, it turned out that that ranger was a real paleontologist--at least an amateur. But he discovered the toe bone of the dinosaur standing on this log, below. It was later excavated by a team from the University of Arizona, but he got it named for him--Nothronychus graffami.
Here is an article about this beast: http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2015/08/15/paleo-profile-nothronychus-graffami/
He gave me some suggestions on other dinosaur museums to visit. Anyway, a couple of miles down the road, I got my first glimpse of the poor old Lake Powell which could desperately use some more water.
More pictures in a couple of days.