tall timber

tall timber(s)

some remote place in the country or the woods. Oh, Chuck lives out in the tall timbers somewhere. He only has a post office box number. You're not going to move me out into the tall timber somewhere!
See also: tall, timber
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It's head for tall timber, and the Greeks take the hindermost," adjudged the cheerful sailor, while Ole was stuttering over what would happen when we came to the end of the river.
We picked up the pup in mid-August from Steve Waller of Tall Timber Pudelpointers and training progressed nicely.
We're used to tall timber and steep territory," he said.
At 35 storeys, the wooden tower his team is proposing would have to be approved as an exception to Paris's existing height limits for wood structures, but he hopes winning the bid could be the "Eiffel-Tower moment" for the acceptance of tall timber buildings he has been advocating.
Nearly 5,000 firefighters -- from as far as Florida and Alaska -- are helping California crews battle the blaze that has not only consumed grass and brush, but swaths of extremely dry tall timber.
Tall Timber Ranch, 27875 White River Road, Leavenworth; cost not listed for sign.
Tall Timber Lodge--Best Sporting-Camp Log Cabins, Pittsburg
Tall timber gates guard the approach to Wadborough Hall, opening onto a broad Cotswold stone drive with clipped box hedging and colourful borders.
The acreage is on either side of Stagecoach Road in the area of Tall Timber Boulevard and at the northwest comer of Hemdon Road and Stagecoach.
Charteris' frame takes rugby back to the early 90s when Wales wheeled out Derwyn Jones and England had their tall timber in Martin Bayfield to secure set-piece ball.
This is protected from the street by the tall timber screen (as high as the building), its slim vertical slats softening and diffusing the other wise stark concrete perimeter.
We'd got too much tall timber out there for that to happen.
It was an outrageous first goal for the tall timber.
Driven by desperation, some western communities used to cutting tall timber are now recognizing small-diameter trees as a valuable commercial resource.