Yes, Vancouver's about as far as any vessel need want to go; and then I have caught seals off the coast of Labrador, and walked my way through the raspberry plains at the back of the White Mountains
A third, being encamped on a hunting expedition full forty miles south of the White Mountains, awoke at midnight, and beheld the Great Carbuncle gleaming like a meteor, so that the shadows of the trees fell backward from it.
And never, on the diadem of the White Mountains, did the Great Carbuncle hold a place half so honored as is reserved for it in the hall of the De Veres
And those sublimer towers, the White Mountains
of New Hampshire, whence, in peculiar moods, comes that gigantic ghostliness over the soul at the bare mention of that name, while the thought of Virginia's Blue Ridge is full of a soft, dewy, distant dreaminess?
It is indeed a remarkable fact to see so many of the same plants living on the snowy regions of the Alps or Pyrenees, and in the extreme northern parts of Europe; but it is far more remarkable, that the plants on the White Mountains
, in the United States of America, are all the same with those of Labrador, and nearly all the same, as we hear from Asa Gray, with those on the loftiest mountains of Europe.
I have hunted silvertips in the White Mountains
of Arizona and thought them quite the largest and most formidable of big game; but from the appearance of the head of this awful creature I judged that the largest grizzly I had ever seen would shrink by comparison to the dimensions of a Newfoundland dog.
His experiences in the 2016 White Mountains 100 endurance race inspired his interest in returning to the White Mountains
National Recreation Area for a project involving landscape photography and documentary film-making.
But a century ago, it was anything but obvious, not only in the White Mountains
but throughout the state and in the large sections of the eastern United States.
Fass has been elected president and chief executive officer of the White Mountains
Insurance Group Ltd.
Pinus aristata, or Rocky Mountain bristlecone, is not native to Nevada, does not grow at the Great Basin National Park, and is also the incorrect species for the National champion in the White Mountains
Robbins' Cinquefoil (Potentilla robbinsiana) A partnership between the Fish and Wildlife Service, Forest Service, and Appalachian Mountain Club has restored the Robbins' cinquefoil, an endangered plant native to the White Mountains
of New Hampshire, to a secure status.
It was the White Mountains
and then the rugged coast of Maine that first drew him there, and that kept his spirit.