FIVE MILE HOLLOW
FIVE MILE HOLLOW. Five Mile Hollow, a valley, begins five miles from Brady in south central McCulloch County (at 31°05' N, 99°23' W) and extends northwest for a little more than a mile to a point two miles south of Brady Reservoir (at 31°06' N, 99°24' W). The elevation falls from 1,880 feet above mean sea level at the beginning of the valley to 1,780 feet at its end. An intermittent stream runs through Five Mile Hollow to join Little Bear Creek.
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