After four nights and days staying with friends in Muse, OK, it was time to press on. I spent four hours meandering around looking at for sale ranch properties (not contacting a realtor) and seeing if there were any i thought i might like, but finding none. My anecdotal conclusion is that people who own good land are not selling, those who have marginal or poor land are trying to get out from under it. Prices are far too high from a production standpoint, so i’m not sure how serious they are about selling.
Anyway, the 2 1/2 hour drive to Durant, OK was enjoyable and it was fun to see an area i had never seen before.
After a great stay at the Best Western there, i decided to take in the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge located near Sherman, Texas, which i had not done a couple years ago when i went through because it was raining and cold. I highly recommend taking part in this drive through refuge if you have time. There are plenty of trails to take in if you have the time. The Harris Creek Trails were right at the entrance and were a perfect start to my morning.
As you can see these trails are relatively short and very easy. Some parts were a bit muddy, but were easily managed even with me in tennis shoes.