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Wind in the tussocks

Harper, Barbara

Wind in the tussocks

by Harper, Barbara

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  • 32 Currently reading

Published by McIndoe in Dunedin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Carew region, N.Z.,
  • Ealing region, N.Z.
    • Subjects:
    • Carew region, N.Z. -- History.,
    • Ealing region, N.Z. -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Barbara Harper.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDU430.C32 H37
      The Physical Object
      Pagination144 p.
      Number of Pages144
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5472930M
      LC Control Number73176137

      In his magisterial book The Grasses of Ireland (), John Feehan promised that cocksfoot “can produce immense crops on good, damp soils, and is able to withstand prolonged droughts because it. The weather was slowly clearing, until we started to see before us an endless breadth of tussocks, as though innumerable white turtle shells stretched out as far as the eye could see. We saw that in the middle of the mountain slope on each side of the glacier was a light stripe that marked its surface level as it had been just a few years ago.

      What are you whispering, wind in the snowgrass, C Am Dm G G7 Combing the tussocks, and smoothing them down? C Dm F Am My love's hair was golden as snowgrass in summer, G Dm G7 C But she's gone from the station, she's gone to the town. INSTRUMENTAL REPEAT 1ST VERSE 6. The project radio aporee maps has started it is a global soundmap dedicated to phonography, field recording (and related practices) and the art of listening. it connects sound recordings and places, in order to create a sonic cartography, open to the public as a collaborative project. It contains recordings from numerous urban, rural and natural environments, showing their audible.

      The wind, which was whipping the moor, carried the chill of coming leaf-fall. While the Clan moved restlessly around him, he stared across the valley toward Highstones. Below him, the trees in the fields had turned as mottled as a tortoiseshell’s pelt, with flashes of .   Two friends, one final adventure [by Bjorn Dihle] from the July/August issue. My friend Ben and I stood at the edge of Arctic Village’s dirt runway in the howling wind. It was mid-August and winter edged closer. Silhouetted above the eerie taiga, far to the north, rose the ancient gray and brown mountains of the.


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Wind in the tussocks. Author: Barbara Harper. Publisher: Dunedin [N.Z.]: McIndoe, Edition/Format: Print book: English. Summary: The story of the Rangitata Plains in Canterbury and the centres of Ealing and Carew. SLC - PHIL GARLAND - Wind In The Tussock.

Wind In The Tussock ; Yorky’s Run ; The Final Track ; The Old Station Gate ; Faded Pictures ; Shantyman. The Story of The Rangitata Plains - Wind In The Tussocks by Barbara Harper Illustrated hard cover book in good Wind in the tussocks book - published by John McIndoe Ltd., Dunedin, in - pages - b/w photographs - map.

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Only really persevered with this book because of 'Storm Boy' being a so-called classic, and because it's something that my father had to read in school. It's not something that has aged well, and is hilariously bad in some points, particularly the dialogues. Storm Boy, and the first story (the name escapes me) are perhaps work reading, though/5.

The Warm Wind of Faith. Hanrahan, MJ. Asburton Parish Cent Cttee. To the Back and Beyond a Karamea story. Hargreaves, Jim. Author Pub. Karamea - a story of success. Harmon, Dulcie (comp) Karamea District Cent Cttee. Wind in the Tussocks the story of the Rangitata Plains.

Harper, Barbara. John McIndoe. The Kettle on the Fuchsia. From Tussocks to Tourists The Story of the Central. The autobiographical story shares phil’s encounters with big time politicians, organized crime syndicates, gangsters, greenpeace, and even mother teresa.

I see that there's a book called 'Wind in the Tussocks' by Barbara Harper () which features Ealing and Carew history. There are a good range of railway files in Archives NZ - all the usual ones, including drawings and specifications for the Ealing goods shed and station dating from Kite describes in his own book how he caught his first trout on a nymph inone of Sawyer’s own, at the suggestion of Sawyer himself.

Despite both being advocates for the upstream nymph techniques, it is said that their initial friendship soured into “an uneasy relationship” [iii]. Richard Briers reads the best ever talking-book version of Kenneth Grahame's masterpiece.

The wind's in the west, and the rain's pelting down. What are you whispering, wind in the snowgrass, Combing the tussocks, and smoothing them down. Ten years later, these yarns were the basis of his ground-breaking book A Good Keen Man (), which he.

The wind had calmed considerably, but when I thought I heard a faint cracking noise from the vast space before me, I could not be certain. I shone my light desperately all around, found a rise, followed it, stood on my toes on a boulder, and saw a light, one single light. It was not [ ]. Wind tunnel experiments were performed with high- medium- and low-density canopies of Lolium perenne, corresponding to vegetation covers of 47%, 16% and 4%, respectively.

In the low and medium-density canopies, the wake areas downstream of the tussocks were the primary locations of sediment deposition. The sky was completely overcast again and the tussocks of sedge and makaloa grass rippled in the rising wind.

More rain was imminent. Turning his back upon the region from which the disembodied voice came, Rogi went squishing through the mire to retrieve his abandoned backpack. He hauled it up, mud-splattered and s: Overview.

The second volume in the multimillion copy bestselling series. Millions of readers have delighted in the wonderful storytelling and everyday miracles of James Herriot in the over thirty years since his delightful animal stories were first introduced to the world. Now in a new edition for the first time in a decade, All Things Bright and Beautiful is the beloved sequel to Herriot's first collection, All.

The Hands Of Orlac book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. over the stones, the frozen clods of soil, over the tussocks of grass, the countless obstacles of the rough earth. She was shivering with cold and thought she might be about to faint away amid the sinister din of the disaster.

There were even /5(5). "Over the blazing campfires, where the wind moaned eerily through the thickets of juniper and fir, they spoke of it in the Indian tongue&#;the strange lake to the southward whose waters never rest.

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Houghton Mifflin Company,   The tussocks increase in size to a diameter of about three feet and a height of some eighteen inches, similar to the common niggerhead of our swamps. Otherwise the bright green coloring of the grass in more temperate climates is replaced by brown and yellow which do not relieve the dreariness of the landscape."Author: Edward Marshall Scull.

Journals & Books; Help Simulations using a whole-tussock photosynthesis model were used to assess water-use-efficiency in tussocks of varying foliage orientation in summer conditions with minimal wind.

Although for horizontal leaves the simulations gave higher transpiration rates than for leaves more steeply oriented due to greater incident. Saxon Hut is a comfortable modern hut in a great location among the tussocks at the western end of the Gouland Downs section of the track.

There are a lot of interesting scenic spots to explore nearby. Great Spotted Kiwi can often be heard and sometimes seen in the evenings here.Wind in the tussocks [by] Barbara Harper; Good company / Douglas A. Harper; The kettle on the fuchsia: the story of Orari Gorge / by Barbara Harper; Poems / by Frances F.

[i.e. E.] Watkins Harper; The house of Harper; one hundred and fifty years of publishing.A Witch Alone By Marian Green.