If the children had been looking at Grandfather, they would have noticed that he paused in his walk across
the room when Clara made this remark.
If the Tin Woodman can chop it down, so that it will fall to the other side, we can walk across
Miss Polly came out of it with the feeling of limp relaxation that one might have at finding oneself at last on solid earth after a perilous walk across
the very thin crust of a volcano.
It can be reached by paddling up the Thame, if you have a small boat; but the best way is to leave the river at Day's Lock, and take a walk across
The volunteer, an expert in the area, said it would have been 'impossible' for the barefoot 15-year-old girl to walk across
the forest on her own.
"I remember my son called me one day and said, 'We should walk across
the stage together at graduation.' I couldn't believe it.
Clare Aspinall, from Oswestry, has signed up to take part in Trekfest 2019, a 50-kilometre walk across
the Brecon Beacons that will include a tough venture to the summit of Pen Y Fan, the highest point in the spectacular countryside.
Visitors can take the MRT Xindian - Songshan Line (Green Line) to Songshan Station, walk across
the Rainbow Bridge, and then walk in the direction of McArthur Bridge No.
On August 11 she is organising a sponsored walk across
the Tyne Bridge and returning on the Millennium Bridge to raise her first PS1,000 towards creating the centre.
TWO Brits - including a Loughborough University academic - have completed an epic 634km walk across
Lake Baikal in Siberia, the world's oldest, deepest, and largest lake.
Refugees fearful of President Donald Trump's immigration policies have been braving freezing winter temperatures to walk across
the border from the U.S.
He loved to walk across
the tundra, striding over the widest rivers and wading through the deepest lakes.
A FORMER Teesside MP has quit his Government job in order to undertake a fundraising walk across
DURING the 1963 Big Freeze the sea froze over up to a mile out, you could walk across
the Thames on the ice and much of England lay under feet of snow for two months.
In text and photographs, Mason chronicles his walk across
Australia at its widest part from February to November 1998.