HONEY CREEK (Kerr County). Honey Creek rises six miles northwest of Hunt in central Kerr County (at 30°07' N, 99°26' W) and runs southeast for eight miles to its mouth on the North Fork of the Guadalupe River, a mile northwest of Hunt (at 30°05' N, 99°21' W). The stream, which is intermittent in its upper reaches, traverses an area of the Edwards Plateau that is surfaced by shallow, stony soils. Local vegetation includes stands of live oak and Ashe juniper that become denser as the stream approaches the Guadalupe.

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