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WILD SOUTH HOLLOW. Wild South Hollow, a valley, begins five miles east of the Calf Creek community in southern McCulloch County (at 30°58' N, 99°25' W) and runs southeast for 2½ miles to a point a mile north of the McCulloch-Mason county line (30°57' N, 99°23' W). The elevation falls from 1,800 feet above mean sea level at the beginning of the valley to about 1,600 feet at the end. An intermittent stream flows through Wild South Hollow and empties into the San Saba River.

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