12th - Heathery
(in) 348 yards, par 4 Lengthened by 34 yards in 2005, but still reachable.
Passing from region to region, they noted their preferences--from the sweet and heathery
nose of the Highlands to the smoky and somewhat iodic style of the western isles.
And you are riding not on a road nor in a park nor even on the downs but right across Narnia, in spring, down solemn avenues of beech and across sunny glades of oak, through wild orchards of snow-white cherry trees, past roaring waterfalls and mossy rocks and echoing caverns, up windy slopes alight with gorse bushes and across the shoulders of heathery
mountains and along giddy ridges and down, down, down again into wild valleys and out into acres of blue flowers.
, whose job was also information operations (I/O) for my area of responsibility.
The Ass" and "Hymn (For Boy's Voices)" are difficult to date, although the former opens with the lines "I woke and rose and slipt away / To the heathery
hills in the morning gray" strongly hinting at the HiUs of Down and thus of its having been written at Little Lea during a school holiday.
I found the house amid desolate heathery
hills, where the lonely scholar nourished his mighty heart.
In particular, Walcott echoes Anna Livia's final monologue in which she imagines a romantic rendezvous with her husband at Howth at daybreak: "We can sit us down on the heathery
benn, me on you, in quolm unconsciousnce.
I lay waiting between turf-face and demesne wall, between heathery
levels and glass-toothed stone.
New pillow fabrications from apparel range from khaki to high-tech microfibers and metallics; from heathery
tweeds to sheers, shimmery velvets and iridescent taffetas; and embellishments from embroidery to applique.
All can be blended with creams, whites and subtle touches of soft, heathery
shows off her new fall lines of apparel, she is particularly proud of the heathery
sweaters in flecked yarns of blue and brown, and the stretchy jeans with spandex.
Cremaster 4, the first Barney made, takes place on the Isle of Man, in the Irish Sea, and has a heathery
ocean-and-moorland air, with Victorian-England interpolations.