Rim of the World
has the same potential but is underdeveloped, and here played scenic backdrop.
18 (you'll quickly understand why they call this the Rim of the World
Highway) past Heaps Peak Arboretum to ...
A self-governing nation under the Danish crown, the Faroese number scarcely more than 45,000 but they are as rugged, tough and fiercely independent as you would expect of people who tenaciously cling on to the rim of the world
He recovered from his injuries and successfully graduated with his class at Rim of the World
, Lake Arrowhead.
Now, as if cabled to the sun that drops off the rim of the world
, we start to descend; the snap of treetops snagging under our basket turns the stomach a little; the pilot turns to me gallantly with a leaf bouquet snatched in midair and suddenly we're kissing (as he says) the tall grasses hissing under us, before we buck like a bronco to a halt that is not a fall.
You can't just go out on the rim of the world
without a heritage that is strong within you.
For many heartland forest species, my part of Canada is the northeastern rim of the world
. Here--long before they reach the ocean and quite apart from human interference--they falter in their post-glacial expansion.
Andrea Lerner's Dancing on the Rim of the World
: An Anthology of Contemporary Northwest Native American Writing (1990) is one of the only anthologies to offer a clear regional focus: the Pacific Northwest.
Rim of the World
Four summer camp kids have to team up to defeat an alien army when an invasion interrupts their break.
The Rim Fire, named for a Stanislaus National Forest lookout point called Rim of the World
, has so far destroyed four homes and 12 outbuildings and was only 2 percent contained as of Friday.
Both attended Rim of the World
High School, and Moore and Lake Arrowhead athletic director Dave Oachs are friends.