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DRY SIMPSON CREEK. Dry Simpson Creek rises nine miles south of San Saba in southern San Saba County (at 31°05' N, 98°47' W) and runs northeast for 13½ miles to its mouth on Simpson Creek (at 31°11' N, 98°41' W). It traverses flat to rolling terrain surfaced by sandy and clayey loam soils that support live oak, Ashe juniper, mesquite, and grasses.

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