SYCAMORE CREEK (KIMBLE COUNTY)
SYCAMORE CREEK (Kimble County). Sycamore Creek, rises at the junction of East and West Sycamore creeks, five miles southeast of Teacup in Kimble County (at 30°29' N, 99°35' W) and runs north for 4½ miles to its mouth on the Llano River, three miles south-southwest of Yates (at 30°32' N, 99°37' W). Sycamore Creek's major tributaries-West Sycamore Creek, 7½ miles long; East Sycamore Creek, five miles long; and Middle Sycamore Creek, three miles long-all rise in the Blue Mountains of southeastern Kimble County.
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