ARROYO QUIOTE. Arroyo Quiote rises six miles north of Rosita in south central Starr County (at 26°31' N, 98°56' W) and runs south for eleven miles to its mouth on the Rio Grande, two miles southeast of Rosita (at 26°22' N, 98°54' W). The name is believed to be a misspelling of Quijote. The quixotic stream traverses flat terrain, subject to flooding, surfaced by sand, gravel, and mud that support water-tolerant hardwoods, conifers, and grasses.
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