Submitted by scott on Tue, 09/27/2016 - 15:54
Venue
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40° 10' 27" N , 112° 25' 40" W

Rush Valley Station was also known Meadow Creek Station, Doc. Faust’s and, erroneously, as Bush Valley. (NPS)

We passed a pleasant day in revolver practice, with Al Huntington, the renowned brother of Lot, who had lately bolted to South California, in attempts at rabbit shooting - the beasts became very wild in the evening - and in dining on an antelope, which a youth had ridden down and pistoled. With the assistance of the station master, Mr Faust a civil and communicative man, who added a knowledge of books and drugs to the local history, I compiled an account of the several lines of communication between Great Salt Lake City and California.
(City of the Saints, p 452)

Pony-Stagecoach