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Well, the gist was that I didn't appreciate "whatever dude" and that it seemed like a simple question that no one of the 1,000 years of Big Bend wisdom can easily answer.Seems like some sort of game playing going on that I cannot comprehend. But I don't really care abou it.
Ward Mountain was named for Johnnie Ward who camped at Ward Spring at the base of the mountain when he was working for the G-4 outfit. (emphasis mine)
Direct quote fom NPS"Did You Know?Ward Mountain (6,925'/2,111m), which forms the southern boundary of "The Window" is named for Johnnie Ward, a cowboy who worked for the G4 ranch in the Big Bend area in the mid-1880s."
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