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  • We stumbled up stone-strewn mountain paths for about two hours before reaching a dam that Zola's father built.

    Dave Astor: Frustration-Filled Vacations Can Be Fun (in Retrospect)

  • On that side a ridge of rocks ended in a sheer cliff which overlooked a stone-strewn slope.

    The Seriously Deranged Writer and the Model Cars

  • There was water everywhere; in tiny rivulets that trickled down the mountainside and made miniature waterfalls, in larger streams they crossed in a single bound, and crystal-clear brooks that laughed through stone-strewn beds, in still pools full of fish, in the cool but humid air itself.

    Elephant in the City

  • Now, here in front of me, in the flesh, was the man, walking along a horrendously stone-strewn pathway, dog in tow and no shoes to be seen.

    Part 15: El Camino de Santiago

  • On Friday evenings the husbands, Simon among them, made their way up the mountainside from the train station by means of the one ancient village taxi, or else they trudged with their suitcases and their city bundles along the mile of dusty stone-strewn road, between high weedy growths, uphill to the colonies of cottages.

    What Happened to the Baby?

  • Thus she reflected as she watched the landscape slip past: yellowish-grey flats, or stone-strewn paddocks tufted with clumps of brown grass, all of which she had seen too often before to pay much heed to them.

    The Way Home

  • By nightfall we had dropped down into a stone-strewn valley.

    The Greatest Survival Stories Ever Told

  • Sabah's vegetable areas were turning into stone-strewn wastelands.

    Chapter 11

  • He picked his way carefully across the stone-strewn floor, sometimes catching a claw on a stray rock, or stubbing a toe painfully.

    The Elvenbane

  • Sam came with me to where I'd parked Tremayne's car on stone-strewn grass.



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