We were not far from Kro-lu village; in fact, we had approached it much closer than we had intended, and now Ajor and I were to make a detour
toward the sea while our companions went directly in search of the Kro-lu chief.
Thence I would make a big detour
by Epsom to reach Leatherhead.
The way was most difficult, since shortly after leaving the river I encountered lofty cliffs split by numerous long, narrow fiords, each of which necessitated a con-siderable detour
The ape-man made a slight detour
and increased his speed until he had reached a point upon the trail in advance of the horseman.
For there," and he pointed due west, "is much hunting; but between lies a great place where there is no food and no water, so they must go that way," and again he swung his hand through the half-circle that explained to Tarzan the great detour
the apes made to come to their hunting ground to the west.
On the third day I made a detour
westward to avoid the country of the Band-lu, as I did not care to be detained by a meeting with To-jo.
Then, too, Tarzan had been forced to make a wide detour
to avoid any possibility of meeting with returning raiders.
Twice they had to pull up sharp and make a considerable detour
, once on account of a fallen tree which blocked the road, and another time because of the yawning gap where a bridge had fallen away.
Once outside, he and Planchet set off as fast as they could; and by making a long detour
avoided the wood and reentered the city by another gate.
The camp had entered Saint Omer; the friends made a little detour
and went to the camp, and gave the army an exact account of the flight of the king and queen.
Transport Canberra and City Services (TCCS) is asking motorists to follow the carefully marked detours
and allow additional travel time when leaving, or returning to Canberra via the Federal Highway while work on stage one of the light rail project ramps up over the quiet January period.
also will be set up to travel south of the businesses.