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Bower, B. M: Sawtooth Ranch. V1. 7 Nov 2009
Quirt Creek flowed sluggishly between willows which sagged none too gracefully across its deeper pools, or languished beside the rocky stretches that were bone dry from July to October, with a narrow channel in the centre where what water there was hurried along to the pools below. For a mile or more, where the land lay fairly level in a platter-like valley set in the lower hills, the mud that rimmed the pools was scored deep with the tracks of the “TJ up-and-down” cattle, as the double monogram of Hunter and Johnson was called.
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