bushwhacking


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If I am bone honest, I am usually way over-invested in the yang side of the equation--way overcautious I think, except in my bushwhacking. Would that I could live my faith life for God a little more like I bushwhack and hunt for game.
Of course, these early walks were hardly leisurely strolls along wide, groomed paths, but more of a species of itchy bushwhacking. We learned early that the rare gravel and sand ridges which gave our property it's lovely rolling feel were the ideal habitat for a very vigorous species of poison ivy to which we were all very susceptible.
Before setting out, I had identified the conditions that I would encounter during my journey down the Lost Coast: average temperatures between 7 [degrees]C and 13[degrees]C; up to 150 millimetres of precipitation a month; abundant daylight, fresh water and mosquitoes; a mixture of beach walking and slow bushwhacking; and natural hazards including glacier-fed rivers, powerful tides and grizzly bears.
This is a big experiment, and they're bushwhacking and leading the way, and I really don't want them to screw up.
how to breathe again in water, this girl bushwhacking with Medea: two
On one side were his fellow party members' expectations of revenge for Purvanov bushwhacking Dyankov, and on the other hand were his ties with Purvanov, with whom Borissov always claimed to have had a good relationship.
might have killed the employee for embezzling from the company; he might have killed the employee in self-defense; he might have killed the employee as retribution for bushwhacking his piano.
At a T-shaped road junction in a pass, continue straight, bushwhacking northeast down into Spring Basin's juniper-dotted canyon.
Quirky, dark and laugh out loud funny, The Incredibly Ordinary Danny Chandelier takes the reader on an exciting adventure involving Kashmiri Mongra saffron, strenuous bushwhacking, translucent spiders and more.
For example, follow a ridge instead of bushwhacking through a thick ravine, or follow a creek that will lead you right to your destination instead of going straight up and over a steep peak.
"You waylaid this man, effectively bushwhacking him.
Bushwhacking (or guerrilla/irregular warfare) was not an uncommon act on the border of western Virginia and Kentucky.
IT'S late afternoon and, after several hours of strenuous bushwhacking along steep slopes through dense forest, an excited shout comes from the front of the group.
Stay on the main trail and turn back anytime; if you don't mind a little bushwhacking, follow the route about a mile to Diamond Heights.
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