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This stream of water comes from the Rosebud Springs and runs to the Rosebud Ranch pond. In 1869, the water from this spring, was piped to the Railroad at the section town of Terrace. Bidwell wrote on 8th of September:
"Wednesday, 8th. Exceedingly cold -- 2 wagons; icen in our water buckets. Part of the Company remained on account of the cold--2 wagons with owners being contrary, went on."
The rest of the party overtook the Kelseys at the springs where O & Hopper returned with the information that the river was 5 days ahead.