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R.I.P. Doug Hart Beloved ranch broker dies at 66. from our base in Montana and Northern Wyoming throughout the entire West and even into the international markets that he loved. From Argentina to New Zealand to Africa, Doug never encountered a place that had beautiful wild land that he did not want to check out. He was loved by everyone who dealt with him. His enthusiasm and love for the land was absolutely conta- gious, and he was well known for his ability to deal with the most dif- ficult clients. He also was known for volunteering for the most taxing assignments. Doug embodied the cowboy ethic in everything he did. He always did more than his share so he would never be beholden to his partners. Doug was not, however, an office guy. If there was a business meeting in the office, he always wanted to DOUG HART WAS ONE OF the four origi- nal shareholders of Hall and Hall when it passed from being a small family farm-and-ranch mortgage company to an employee-owned, full-service real estate company many decades ago. He was a driving force in our growth and expansion DOUGLAS STUART HART (1951 – 2018) 18 L ANDREP ORT.COM e LandReport | FALL 20 18 Go with Full Service Professionals – and get Results. Dayton, WA | 509-382-2020 NORTH TOUCHET RECREATIONAL ACREAGE Columbia County, Washington / $897,000 This 937± acre mountain property, only a few miles from the Ski Bluewood Resort, features a plethora of wildlife, valleys with timber and brush for game cover, open hillsides, springs and a small pond. RING CANYON Columbia County, Washington / $1,400,000 These 754.95 acres include two homes under one roofline. Outbuildings include a detached two-car garage, work shop, machine shop and Quonset. There is abundant wildlife and a new 10-year CRP contract. PEPPERS BRIDGE ROAD Walla Walla County, Washington / $1,445,000 This premiere riverfront location is a great potential winery and/or homesite combination. The property can be divided. The irrigated 73.65- acre property has the Walla Walla River on the West and Peppers Bridge Road on the East border. The property is close to numerous Walla Walla Valley premier wineries. A M E R I C A N A F R F A R M + R A N C H

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