Beyond these it dipped again into another canon, only to rise a quarter-mile farther on toward a pass which skirted the flank of a rocky hill
Crossing the stream, Daylight followed a faint cattle trail over a low, rocky hill
and through a wine-wooded forest of manzanita, and emerged upon another tiny valley, down which filtered another spring-fed, meadow-bordered streamlet.
Werper, clawing fearfully during the perilous ascent, sweating in terror, almost palsied by fear, but spurred on by avarice, following upward, until at last he stood upon the summit of the rocky hill
Soon we were past the high lands and bowling beside low, sandy country, sparsely dotted with dwarf pines, and soon we were beyond that again and had turned the corner of the rocky hill
that ends the island on the north.
Our men were few in number, but they held their own at the top of a little rocky hill
, until the fierce people went back at sunset into their wicked city.
Some of the rocky hills
are partly covered by thickets, and on the banks of the larger streams, especially to the north of Las Minas, willow-trees are not uncommon.
He saw Sheeta and his mate with their little family of three; and deeper inland toward the rocky hills
, where one might lie up during the heat of the day, in the dense shade of a tangled thicket close under the cool face of an overhanging rock, Tarzan had found the lair of Numa, the lion, and of Sabor, the lioness.
He was the first to jump on shore; and had he dared, he would, like Lucius Brutus, have "kissed his mother earth." It was dark, but at eleven o'clock the moon rose in the midst of the ocean, whose every wave she silvered, and then, "ascending high," played in floods of pale light on the rocky hills
of this second Pelion.
We left Jonesborough very early in the morning, and rode forever and forever and forever, it seemed to me, over parched deserts and rocky hills
, hungry, and with no water to drink.
Well to the west of our caves was a great swamp, but to the south lay a stretch of low, rocky hills
. These were little frequented for two reasons.
"For my second place of concealment I chose what seemed in the darkness a narrow canon leading through a range of rocky hills
. It contained many large bowlders, detached from the slopes of the hills.
A short distance before us rose a few low, rocky hills
. Toward these our captors urged us, and after a short time led us through a narrow pass into a tiny, circular valley.