SAN MARTINE DRAW
SAN MARTINE DRAW. San Martine Draw, which has an intermittent stream, is formed by the junction of Adobe Draw and Antelope Draw one quarter mile west of the Reeves county line and four miles southwest of San Martine Peak in southeastern Culberson County (at 31°08' N, 104°06' W) and runs northeast for twenty-five miles to its mouth on Billingslea Draw, one quarter mile west of Toyah in west central Reeves County (at 31°20' N, 103°45' W). The area has steep to gentle slopes surfaced by variable soils that support scrub brush and sparse grasses.
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