A stream whose mountain cradle is guarded by towering pine and giant spruce

 


Reprint of this story from the July 12, 1888 issue of the Platte Valley Lyre brought to you courtesy of Grandma’s Cabin, Encampment, Wyoming. Preserving History - Serving the Community.

A few miles above Saratoga there enters the Platte from the east Cedar Creek. This stream is generous in its gift of water supply to its valley, comprising in fact three creeks, all of great and rushing volume, via: Cedar creek proper, and the North and the South Fork. Cedar creek proper being nine miles in length, and each of the forks about seven, making a total water traverse of twenty-three miles....



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