Grayling , trout , and salmon are abundant in all the rivers from Uleaborg to Tornea , but salmon only take the fly at some ... There is another river near Puente d'Eume , in Galicia , between La Coruna and Ferrol , containing salmon ...
The plaintiff , on the other hand , nor by dedication , but only by grant or precontends that the ... and may not without in- people ; and there be other rivers , as well jury to their right be restrained of it , unless fresh as salt ...
Category: Law reports, digests, etc
As he demonstrated in The Fox and Other Stories, (Turtle Press - 1996) and The Man Who Saw Himself (Xlibris -2002), Ed Robison continues to watch and listen closely to the world around him. This new collection reveals fresh poignancies and acutely observed quotidian mini-dramas that can easily burn into the consciousness of those willing to pause and listen. The River of Fire, the key story, is another unforgettable look at the horror of war. “It wouldn’t be entirely out of line to characterize Ed Robison as a Damon Runyon of the resorts, retirement communities, logging towns and ... porch swings of the Northwest.” —Jim Nisbet Author of Prelude to a Scream.
You can go over to where the eagle's nest is there, at the end of that trail, and go on down to the tide pools—but there are three real treacherous switch backs, where, if you fall, the tide will come and get you and haul your ass out ...
Author: Ed Robison
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This collection follows a young girl as she comes into her power with the aid of a mysterious River Goddess, a number of helpful animals and non-human others, and a very old friend. Alyssa faces many dangers and overcomes numerous challenges along the way. As she learns how to tap into the magic of everyday life, she gradually develops a deep respect for both human and non-human guides and for herself. This is the “hero’s journey” from a feminine point of view—a journey upon which we are all embarked, male and female alike, as we rediscover our true role: that of fellow travelers with all the beings who share space on the small blue planet we call Earth.
Now see if there are other aspens around you.” There were. He seemed to be in the center of a group of them. Some were quite slender, while others, like himself, were stout-trunked and powerful-looking. Many, however, were bent, ...
Author: Valentine McKay-Riddell
Publisher: Sunstone Press
I'm sure many citizens are pleased to hear how busy you have been There are a few areas where there's some question , as you know . The first question is : Do you have authority to do bank stabilization on the Missouri River ?
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Environment and Public Works. Subcommittee on Water Resources, Transportation, and Infrastructure
The Other Side of the River tells the story of Gennetta Turner, whose father owns a large jet-carving company. Competition between the companies is intense, and Mr Turner devises a way of consolidating his hold over the town by marrying his daughter off to the son of his arch-rival. However, Gennetta is wildly in love with her childhood sweetheart, a young sailor. How Gennetta foils her father's plan, defies local custom and makes a success of her own career is related in Jessica Blair's inimitable style, full of pace, adventure and appealing local detail.
Knots of people were already there and others were joining them or forming their own groups as they eagerly awaited the return of their loved ones. Other onlookers positioned themselves further back, wanting to leave space for the ...
Author: Jessica Blair
Publisher: Hachette UK
Published in London in 1751, this short work chronicles a six-week expedition into Iroquois lands, touching on the region's ecology.
... are no other sorts then such as live and swim frequently in the water, as swans, geese, ducks, water-hens, teal. and the like. And very often great flocks of them are seen going to destruction in this manner : they swim in the river ...
Author: John Bartram
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
“Norfolk Broad and River Fishing” provides a detailed account of fishing for pike and other course fish on the Norfolk Broads and surrounding rivers. This highly-readable and informative guide aims to furnish the reader with all the information relative to fishing in this area, interwoven with personal experiences and wonderful descriptions of the local people and places. “Norfolk Broad and River Fishing” is highly recommended for all fishing enthusiasts, and it would make for a fine addition to allied collections. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new introduction on the history of fishing.
mile, and the other rivers are similar. The flood-tide is salt for the first few miles from the sea, gradually becoming brackish as it meets the river water, which it drives backward with it. For twenty miles at least from the sea there ...
Author: G. Christopher Davies
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
Category: Sports & Recreation
These annual proceedings discuss Mississippi River conservation and management issues, ongoing research, and UMRCC projects.
The second lesson we are learning is that there are some processes (natural or engineered) which actually create this needed variability and there are other river processes which are a product of this variability. But all of these river ...
Author: Upper Mississippi River Conservation Committee
In Bracton's days , none other than salt - water rivers were navigable in England ; none above the tide , with trifling exceptions , were used for that purpose . Where the ship that came from the sea stopped , there navigation ended .
Author: Louis Houck
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown