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- v. Present participle of hike.
- n. walking in the countryside for pleasure or sport
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a long walk usually for exercise or pleasure
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She ends it in hiking boots and a pair of bell-bottomed slacks emblazoned with the American flag.
Disappearing on your wife to go hiking is not a Republican values or a liberal Democrat thing; and ducking an all-clad when you finally come home is not party specific either ...
Unfortunately, going AWOL on the job and leaving the country while telling your staff you are out hiking is absolutely grounds for being fired, for pretty much any position.
Remember that not many elk live in flat areas, so all your hiking is up or down.
But I am more of a physical hunter than a strategic hunter, hiking is the name of the game in my neck of the woods.
We love Washington State - the beautiful hiking is a side-effect of the large amounts of rainfall we have.
I don't mean to be too unkind here, but whom do you think would maintain hiking trails?
Doc locks the plane and we begin hiking on the hard sand of the truck trail, I in shorts and sneakers, Doc in shorts and flip-flops.
I still enjoy mountain hiking, although the frequency has decreased considerably.
The device based on the metal frame once popular in hiking packs adds just six pounds the normal backpack.
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