LOST MULE CREEK
LOST MULE CREEK. Lost Mule creek rises in eastern Briscoe County (at 34°25' N, 101°01' W) and flows northeast five miles to its mouth on the Little Red River, near the Briscoe-Hall county line (at 34°29' N, 100°56' W). The terrain is flat to gently sloping and surfaced by shallow to moderately deep silt loams that support mesquite and grasses. The creek was formerly part of the old Quitaque (Lazy F) Ranch owned by Charles Goodnight.
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