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“With Vibram ‘Idrogrip’ soles, a “breakthrough compound that significantly improves grip on slick surfaces,” the boots worked surprisingly well on the pea-gravel and small rocks common in the Beaverkill.”
“ As I walk our long pea-gravel drive, I see my father pass through the living room.”
“It had a deep, green lawn, with water sprinklers turning on it in the sunlight, a pea-gravel drive shaded by rows of mossy oaks, and a clay tennis court and riding ring in back beyond which the blue lake winked through the cypress trees.”
“He walked off, his boots crunching on the pea-gravel path.”
“Pea-Gravel Banks: Bass love to spawn on hard, clean, pea-gravel bottoms, which are usually most prevalent in creek arms and coves on the lower (or deeper) ends of reservoirs where siltation is less common.”
“Males clear out 2-to 3-foot-diameter nests on pea-gravel flats in 1 to 10 feet of water.”
“A cricket sawed away in the little palm and pea-gravel oasis in front of the motel.”
“They moved down the pea-gravel path to the glass house, where he opened the door, waiting for her to enter before following her in.”
“A pea-gravel path encircled a marble-mantled well, its circumference interrupted at regular intervals by bare arbors.”
“I drove back down the pea-gravel lane and headed toward New Iberia and the picnic in the park with Annie and Alafair.”
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