After crossing the Bad Heart River
, Dawson continued to the south, and stopped the next night near Kleskun Lake.
My poor hearing would stop SPOKEN FROM THE HEART RIVER
CITY BBC1, 8pm THE Mullens are set to move back to their flat - but Scarlett is more focused on the Little Miss Christmas pageant.
We would go down to the banks of the Heart River
, a tributary of the Missouri, and build big fires, where we roasted potatoes.
The homeownership project under Heart River
Housing will give Aboriginal people who qualify a chance to buy a two or three bedroom home.
"The Tay River, Red Stone and Bonnet Plume herds are all excellent choices with stable populations of 4,000 to 10,000 animals each," said Farnell, "but there are also trophy bulls in the smaller Heart River
and Wolf Lake herds of 1,000 to 2,000 animals each."
TEN HOURS LATER, Chris, Matt, and I were standing beneath my favorite ladder stand anchored solidly against a big cottonwood growing along the edge of a wide ribbon of willows, ash, and poplars bordering the Heart River
in North Dakota.
Sick Heart River
(1941) was John Buchan, Lord Tweedsmuir's, last novel, published in the year after his death near the close of his term as Canada's Governor General.
before I leave Canada", a wish that was not realized but that he lived through his novel Sick Heart River
, published posthumously in 1941.
In 1935 Buchan was raised to the peerage and appointed governor-general of Canada, which was the setting for his novel Sick Heart River
Buchan's Sick Heart River
is called Sick Heart River--not Mountain Meadow--in England, too.