PLUS…what the site of Jack Holley’s cabin–the Goat Man of Moab—looks like now…
In 1940, photographer HARRY REED snapped this image of the old Colorado River bridge and US
160 (now US 191) and the river road (hwy 128.)
75 years later, things have changed. The old bridge is gone, a new double bridge crosses the river, a few hundred yards south.
The area at the bottom right was open land and occupied for 35 years by the Goat Man of Moab, Jack Holley.
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