Keewaydin


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Keewaydin

the Northwest Wind, to whose regions Hiawatha ultimately departed. [Am. Lit.: Longfellow The Song of Hiawatha in Magill I, 905]
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The road closure, which will be from the intersection of Keewaydin Lake Road north to the parking lot for Craig Lake State Park, will result in no through traffic.
Areas such as Cape Romano, Keewaydin and the islands near Caxambas Pass all can yield summertime snook during the first few hours of daylight.
Views across farmland and towards the Clent Hills in the distance are offered from Keewaydin, a handsome detached residence in Worcester Road, Clent.
Thus departed Hiawatha, Hiawatha the beloved, In the glory of the sunset, In the purple mists of evening, To the regions of the home-wind, Of the Northwest wind Keewaydin, To the Islands of the Blessed, To the kingdom on Ponemah, To the land of the Hereafter
They include the three ketches - the Bessie Ellen, built in 1904, the Irene, which dates from 1907, and the Keewaydin, built in 1913.
Keewaydin provides generous sized accommodation laid out over two floors and standing in its own private grounds with excellent parking, detached single garage and couldn't be better situated for those seeking the beach with boat launching facilities and its close proximity to the 18-hole golf course.
Built in 1902, the New York World newspaper executive editor Herbert Bayard Swope brought the property, which was originally called Keewaydin, in 1929.
Travel Business Review-August 30, 2011--Freedom Boat Club Participates in Annual Keewaydin Island Clean Up Event(C)2011] ENPublishing - http://www.
Plevral sivida neopterin duzeyinin olcumunde bir enzim imnnun assay kiti olan Neopterin EIA (Alpco Diagnostics, 26G Keewaydin Drive Salem, NH 03079) kullanildi.
Reflecting on his childhood summers at Keewaydin, a century-old all-boys camp in Vermont, Eisner credited the experience with making him a better man, if not--as we might infer after his acrimonious dismissal from the Magic Kingdom--a better corporate sachem.
The boat, the Keewaydin, is an early 20th century Ketch built in 1913 as a sailing trawler and converted to a yacht in 1963.
Keewaydin was an all-male make-believe Indian world where boys could temporarily forget the constraints of their civilized lives at home to live for a time in a largely unstructured wilderness fantasy.