Foto Friday – Trees on Mount Scott, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

Oklahoma isn’t known for ‘mountains’ but there are a few areas in the state that are actually quite hilly and – officially – called mountains. The Wichita Mountains are in the Southwest portion of the state near Lawton Oklahoma. Within this range is the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge run by the US Fish & Wildlife Service.

My wife and I took at trip down there recently on a scouting trip. I had been down to the area when I was nine or ten but hadn’t been back since and she’d never been so we played hooky one day and drove down to see what it was all about.

This image is taken at the top of Mount Scott.

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Trees on Mount Scott

These trees are sitting on top of Mount Scott in the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge.

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