"The old mountain
has thrown a stone at us, for fear we should forget him," said the landlord, recovering himself.
'The old mountain
has thrown a stone at us, for fear we should forget him,' said the landlord, recovering himself.
We were approaching the famed Pillars of Hercules, and already the African one, "Ape's Hill," a grand old mountain
with summit streaked with granite ledges, was in sight.
The lake seemed to wash away the troubles of the past, and the grand old mountains
to look benignly down upon them saying, "Little children, love one another."
He is open about the task facing local Tories and his strategy is a bit like the old mountain
trekking mantra on how to tackle the highest peaks - take short steps and deep breaths.
Their shtick was to replicate an old mountain
lodge somewhere out of America's rustic past.
Baguio definitely still provides an allure for those longing for the serenity of the good old mountain
resort, the scent of pine at the Camp John Hay, the city's watershed and last patch of greenery.
Professional fighting man Carter O'Brien can stick around Scot's Post, California, and risk taking a bullet from the brother of a man he had to kill when the guy was trying to rob him in a dark alley, or he can ride up into the treacherous winter-locked mountains with an old mountain
man named Charlie Button on an impossible mission of mercy trying to recover a stranded wagon train of men, women and children.
"I wanted ex-convicts, wolf wranglers, wannabe Davey Crocketts and crazy old mountain
men that are drunk by 11am.
Why wouldn't every bowhunter come to these beautiful landscapes in pursuit of an old mountain
WHERE in Europe is there a peninsula named after the Bulgarian for 'old mountain
In the heart of Winona lies Old Mountain
, a piece of land with rolling hills and untouched beauty.