sunset, hart mountain

October 18, 2016


Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge is a rather unbelievable place, 422 square miles of wilderness tucked deep in the southernmost part of Oregon, at 4,000 feet. It is primitive and magnificent, and we were fortunate to spend a week there in September, among the antelope, coyotes, birds, jackrabbits and more. It is definitely a place worth exploring — and revisiting.

I took many photos, but few of them seem to capture the raw beauty of the place.

(There’s a little more about the trip over on our trip blog, if you’re interested.)



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  • Reply Julie McLeod October 19, 2016 at 12:59 pm

    This is stunning, Rick. It’s quite soothing at a time when that’s very needed!

    • Reply ricklepage October 19, 2016 at 7:09 pm

      Isn’t that true, Julie? Susan and I were talking last night about wanting to get back to a place where there was no Internet, no news, and no electoral concerns.

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