Wichita Mountains Wilderness, January 2018

Growing up in the urban sprawl of Dallas, I’ve always been searching for a way to escape the uniformity of life in the suburbs to experience the unique opportunities the world offers to those who seek them. I was searching for unfamiliarity, the feeling which keeps my soul burning and alive. I desired something unique and different.

The destination for this trip was the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, a beautiful, 59,020 acre refuge for bison, elk, and wild turkey, with mountains like giant mounds of stacked boulders, which arise from the sprawling plains seemingly without warning.

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