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Welcome to Cedar Canyon Road When people come down Cedar Canyon Road, here's the sign that they see when they reach the end at Kelso-Cima RoadThumbnailsAfter another half hour, my two-litre Camelbak is empty again, so I take a break at a pull-out along Cedar Canyon RoadWhen people come down Cedar Canyon Road, here's the sign that they see when they reach the end at Kelso-Cima RoadThumbnailsAfter another half hour, my two-litre Camelbak is empty again, so I take a break at a pull-out along Cedar Canyon RoadWhen people come down Cedar Canyon Road, here's the sign that they see when they reach the end at Kelso-Cima RoadThumbnailsAfter another half hour, my two-litre Camelbak is empty again, so I take a break at a pull-out along Cedar Canyon RoadWhen people come down Cedar Canyon Road, here's the sign that they see when they reach the end at Kelso-Cima RoadThumbnailsAfter another half hour, my two-litre Camelbak is empty again, so I take a break at a pull-out along Cedar Canyon RoadWhen people come down Cedar Canyon Road, here's the sign that they see when they reach the end at Kelso-Cima RoadThumbnailsAfter another half hour, my two-litre Camelbak is empty again, so I take a break at a pull-out along Cedar Canyon Road

At the base of Cedar Canyon Road, one encounters this "cows" sign. It's possible that this sign is just decorative now because some of the ranch lands in the area have been purchased by the National Parks Service and are no longer.