“They were very gentle and nice people,” says salt lick employee Tana Kent.
Teague wanted to camp at a salt lick, but I did not care for the place.
This wet place had been salted and was what is called a "salt lick."
A salt lick for the woods goats was hopefully tried, although Lake felt dubious about it.
On one occasion I was watching a salt lick for deer; I was on a scaffold built up in a tree thirty or forty feet from the ground.
There must be a salt lick down there, and the deer are feeding.
He was entirely familiar with the usual haunts of game, and knew the location of every spring and salt lick.
If the salt was in an accessible place there would have been a salt lick there and goats in plenty.
On the 1st of April we began to erect the fort of Boonesborough, at a salt lick sixty yards from the river, on the south side.
It stood near a path, much frequented by elephants, leading to a salt lick in the hills a few hundred yards away.