PEMBERTON DRAW. Pemberton Draw, a wash with an intermittent stream, rises in southeastern Midland County (at 31°44' N, 101°50' W) near Farm Road 1379 and runs north for 16½ miles through western Glasscock County to its mouth (at 31°53' N, 101°47' W) on Johnson Draw, near Farm Road 1379 in eastern Midland County. It traverses an area with wind-blown sand that supports scattered oak groves; a freshwater marsh develops there during wet cycles.
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