Sorry, no definitions found.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Against the black of the sky rose the nearer black of the Owl Creek Mountains.
Red Hawk lay beyond the Owl Creek Mountains, fifty miles from Hot Springs, at the convergence of two narrow streams.
And then north again, towards the Owl Creek Mountains.
Flanked by the snow-capped Wind River Range to the west and the Owl Creek Mountains to the north, the communities are a loose confederation of houses, trailers, campers and farms where it's nothing to hop in the car and drive 20 miles "down the road" to visit a friend or go to the Wal-Mart in nearby Riverton.
Looking out from Fenton's front porch, which runs long the width of his home, the Owl Creek Mountains rise in the distance on the far end of a lush, green, irrigated valley where Fenton raises hay and where a few homes are nestled in clumps of trees.