The first day, we were stopped while they were setting up lights and cameras. As we drove down the canyon, we saw semi after semi of equipment, Star Waggons (for Robert Taylor, Neil Diamond Phillips, and others), and many, many people.
When we came home, we saw a yellow Camaro crashed on the side of the road. At first we thought it was really a wreck, but it didn't take us long to determine that it was the crashed car they were filming.
On Tuesday, as we were driving down, we were stopped again. They were rehearsing with bears . . . real Hollywood bears. One was in the trailer in the picture, another was on Cathedral Rock, being fed while we passed. Apparently, the car crashes into a bear . . . and they had to rehearse it.
On Thursday, they were doing the actual filming of the scene. When we drove by at 7:00 a.m. cables were already laid, trucks were in place, and the real "uncrashed" Camaro was waiting its turn to get in the scene. I wish we could have seen the filming, as I think it would be interesting.
So now I have to read the Longmire books, and Don and I are going to watch back episodes so that we know what it is about!