Antelope Springs Ranch: Combining old and new Incorporating shapes — When Bonnie and Bill McLeod built their hunting lodge in Blackwell, Texas, they combined a two-story Monolithic Dome with a two-story octagonal structure. Gamey walls — Souvenirs of past successes adorn the walls of this hunting lodge. Attention getters — At Antelope Springs Ranch unusual fixtures and knickknacks capture the attention of guests and visitors. Breakfast bar — A rustic bar provides a convenient and comfortable spot to grab a snack or just sit and talk. Luxurious bathrooms — Tile and marble provide a look of luxury while the tub suggests a relaxing, warm bath. A rock jigwaw puzzle — A craftsman, walking a wheelbarrow over the land, collected the rocks and assembled the wall covering the dome and structural additions. Nature at its best — In the woodsy area surrounding the ranch, such scenes are not unusual. The lodge — Antelope Springs Ranch entertains guests during the October-to-January hunting season. A unique, enchanting inn — After just one stay, guests often return and bring friends to the Antelope Springs Ranch.