back country


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Synonyms for back country

a remote and undeveloped area

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In the second Chapter "Epidemiology of injury in back country and mountain sports" is subjected by two review articles.
And honestly our law enforcement rangers who are authorized to carry weapons on duty and do carry weapons with them into the back country, carry a canister of pepper spray.
Bellingham is known for its outdoor sports and fine microbrews, and Back country Essentials is now a purveyor of both.
So when you hit the back country, take a quick look at the trailer's air tanks during stops to make sure the valves are still closed.
Published as a companion to the PBS television series 'Equitrekking' is a superbly illustrated compendium of some of the world's best horse riding destinations ranging from the romantic coast of Ireland, to the wilderness of southern Spain, to the wine country of California, to the rugged back country of Colorado, and more
As a geologist and an avid lover of trees, I have spent over 40 years roaming the back country.
OAKRIDGE - In 1973, a group of Montana cowboys formed the Back Country Horsemen of America to fight to preserve horse access to public lands in the face of emerging regulatory barriers.
Dozens of searchers set off into the rugged Nevada back country this weekend.
Dolly teeters frequently on the verge of the absurd, then falls right in when she brings back Country Boy dressed as Elvis for a hokey duet.
Now comes a system to ensure that surgeons hiking the abdominal back country always pack out what they packed in.
The Isle of Wight has always been the more laid back country cousin to V and Glastonbury.
The good thing about `The Amazing Race' is you got to the back country where you wouldn't normally go,'' added Ruiz.
In the back country, where Washington journeyed in 1784, it was worse.
That means prices in the near future will likely have to rise--but probably nut fast enough to change the minds of Indians in Colombia's back country.
They wander about the back country of Sweden, engage in a fight, and become shipwrecked when a storm capsizes the boat on which they seek safety.