About two miles long; divides in Section 26 to drain east slope of Guy Hill and north slope of Saulsbury Peak; opens on Tucker Gulch from the south. Named for Miller, who homesteaded there. Flat at entrance; favorite stopping place for wagons. Also called Four-mile Gulch for distance above Golden Gate City on Gregory Road.
|Quad Map/Date:||Ralston Buttes, 1965 (1971).|
|Sec/Town/Range:||S24, T3S, R71W|
|Source:||Interview, Nora Buckman, Golden Gate Canyon Rancher, May 1994.|
|Other Names:||Four-mile Gulch.|
|Last Modified:||Mon, September 9 1996|