Apaches used what was once a marshy ciénaga as a water hole for centuries.
We digs our own water hole, and unfortunately we cant share it any.
At noon he'll be at the water hole, four mile north of the hang-out.
But he wasn't bothering about gold just then, so he keeps on and in time finds the water hole at the foot of Smith Mountain.
The water hole shone from the dark earth like a patch of fallen sky.
Both station and stable were connected in the same way with the water hole.
By the side of a water hole Mr. Wright pointed to the ashes of a fire.
On the edge of the thin ice that had formed over the top of the water hole was a bucket.
He stopped them just beneath the rim of the canyon in which the water hole lay.
With nightfall, they made camp at a water hole too small to be dignified by the title of oasis.