turnagain

turnagain

(ˈtɜːnəˌɡɛn)
n
an about-turn(in classical prosody) an antistrophe
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Proceeds will also be utilized for maintenance of the camp at the Company's Turnagain property in British Columbia.
Tickets are PS5 and PS7 from 01484 222444, Holmfirth Tourist t Information Office, or by emailing turnagain theatre@yahoo.
These extremes in tide expose vast expanses of mudflats in the upper inlet, between the Beluga River and Little Susitna River (we refer to this region as the Susitna Delta), and in Knik Arm, Chickaloon Bay, and Turnagain Arm (Fig.
Cape Turnagain was the windiest location with gusts recorded at 209 kilometres per hour.
The department began implementing improvements along the Seward Highway between Potter Marsh and Turnagain Pass, south of Anchorage, in summer 2013.
It's possible to drive from Anchorage to Soldotna, but it's about a four-hour trip as the highway hugs Turnagain Arm and then cuts through a mountain passage.
James CookOs Turnagain Inlet in search of beluga whales, a Prince William Sound Glacier cruise, a full-day ride aboard the historic Alaska Railroad to Talkeetna, a guided, fly-out bear-watching tour, and a visit to Wildberry Park and Anchorage Museum, home of many Native Alaskan art and artifacts.
30 3 Prophet River 16 1 Atlin 15 1 Dease Lake 14 7 Muskwa 14 1 Halfway River 9 1 Turnagain River 9 0 Kawdy Mtn.
Directly south of Anchorage, the waters of Turnagain Arm are a beautiful sight, especially when framed by the Chugach Mountains, whose peaks are a dark gray as they stab above the timberline, punctuated with swatches of snow.
40, where we are told that the most easterly point reached by Franklin in 1821, Turnagain Point on Kent Peninsula, was discovered by Captain James Cook and named by Captain George Vancouver
It is a beautiful drive and not the least bit scary as the road follows the valleys along Turnagain Arm of Cook Inlet.