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He blew across Chilcoot Pass, above timberline, in the first swirl of autumn snow.
THE RED ONEJACK LONDON
All have had to cross their Badlands, ride roughshod above the timberline or grab for cover to avoid a ricochet.
THE LAND OF LOOK BEHINDPAUL CAMERON BROWN
A little above them shone the snow line belting the giants of granite, and here the timberline spread in brown.
To these timberline drifts, when fringed with flowers, the mother and the cubs sometimes came.
Unfamiliar with timberline trees, two of the dogs in dodging the bears leaped into the matted growths.
I hoped that some time I should be able to photograph Old Timberline at twenty-five or thirty feet.
THE GRIZZLYENOS A. MILLS
The territory dominated by old “Timberline” had an area of about eighty square miles.
THE GRIZZLYENOS A. MILLS
Meadows, little strips of alpine freshness, begin before the timberline is reached.
A haystack sheltered against a cliff was found at timberline.
Already weak, they did not get down to timberline the first day.

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