Everett makes his daily trip down the trail to the Mercantile with his list and a dozen eggs under his arm, stopping at his favorite rock by the trail, watching morning come over the flat water of the cove. He wonders how something like ...
Author: Tom Hunt
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Nancy was born and raised in Harbor Cove, a small fish-buying station. Isolation and hardships were part of her everyday existence. From the time she is old enough to stand on wheel watch, she works with her dad on his old wooden tugboat. They tow log rafts for logging companies and hire out as beach loggers to recover logs from rafts that break apart during the storms that are normal occurrence in the Alaskan Panhandle. As soon as she is old enough to be on her own, she leaves home and never lo
Surfer's Cove was one of the most beautiful spots on the northern Oregon Coast. The waves were awesome as the kids nowadays would confirm; perfect for water surfing. And they came from all over the Pacific Northwest, the United States, ...
Author: Honey Perkel
Are family members who have passed on still watching over us? To an apparition named Bernard, family is everything, and he will do whatever is necessary to keep his own family safe. Four women. Four secrets. Elizabeth Windsor is a painter. Terminally ill and needing her family, she moves to the small costal town of Seaside, Oregon. Tilly Jacobs, a local realtor, wonders if the pain of losing her son will ever end. Iris Grayson, a woman who lives in the make-believe world of her garden, struggles with a secret from her past. Molly Bradford is terrified when she begins to receive threatening phone calls. Elizabeth, Tilly, Iris, and Molly have come to dread their weekly Tuesday lunches at Annie Rose's. They share empty conversations, but not what's really important in their lives. Not until Elizabeth's death, do the women discover her gift to them — that they are truly connected.
Flows at the downstream Cove development are typically about 50 cfs higher , because of inflows from springs along Black Canyon . Seasonal variation in flow at the Grace - Cove Project is smaller than many other similar sized river ...
The location is such as to make two comparatively narrow passageways from the southern to the northern portions of the lake one by the western shore toward Thurstons Cove , thence about one - third of a mile across from the lower ...
Author: Maine. Supreme Judicial CourtPublish On: 1883
The line starts from the head of the cove and strikes upon the one side or the other . The next call , " thence by high water . mark to the west side of the bridge , ” is consistent with either theory . The defendant , claiming under ...
Author: Maine. Supreme Judicial CourtPublish On: 1892
Joseph Bradstreet formerly owned the cove and the land on both sides of it . In 1865 , he bargained a parcel on the south side of the cove down to high water mark to the plaintiff . But it was to be high water line as run out by one ...
So here she was, after all this time, in Lighthouse Cove, Maine—the vacation paradise that was ruined for her when she realized that life could be cruel. Worse, that she could be cruel. Ella unsnapped her seat belt and reached for her ...
Author: Anna J. Stewart
Finding true love… In the unlikeliest places! Sienna Fairchild never imagined she’d be a runaway bride. Or that she’d stow away on a worn-down boat belonging to handsome tour operator Monty Bettencourt. Monty’s used to navigating rough seas, but Sienna might overturn his whole life, and avoiding drama is tough in such close quarters! If Sienna’s sure she doesn’t know what she wants, then why does running away feel so much like coming home? USA TODAY Bestselling Author Butterfly Harbor Stories Book 1: The Bad Boy of Butterfly Harbor Book 2: Recipe for Redemption Book 3: A Dad for Charlie Book 4: Always the Hero Book 5: Holiday Kisses Book 6: Safe in His Arms Book 7: The Firefighter’s Thanksgiving Wish Book 8: A Match Made Perfect Book 9: Bride on the Run
Also how , on another night , " a Cove " laid hold of Waterloo , then presiding at the horse gate of his bridge , and threw him unceremoniously over his knee , having first cut his head open with his whip .
“ On taking possession of the cove in his Britannic Majesty's name as before inentioned , Mr. Meares caused a house to be erected on the very spot where the Chatham's tent is at present , it being the most convenient part of the cove ...
This cove marks the site of the last deposits about the finger - like projection of ice which lay along the line of the railroad between East Greenwich and Wickford Junction . The gradual shrinking of this mass is clearly brought out by ...
Author: Newton Horace Winchell
Includes section "Review of recent geological literature."