The pitch of the Corbury road, below lawyer Varnum's spruces
, was the favourite coasting-ground of Starkfield, and on clear evenings the church corner rang till late with the shouts of the coasters; but to-night not a sled darkened the whiteness of the long declivity.
The meal finished, Kama replenished the fire, cut more wood for the morning, and returned to the spruce bough bed and his harness-mending.
But the spruce trees were too thick for an outlook, and he threaded his way across the flat and up the first steep slopes of the mountain at the back.
The native area of these spruces
is the whole Northern Eurasia: Norwegian spruce
occurs mostly in the West (Europe), and Siberian spruce
to the East of Ural mountains.
One of the larger Serbian spruces
, it grows to a height of 25 feet, with a spread of 10 feet.
The team hopes that analysis of the tree-ring record from the spruces
will tell more about the climate at the time the forest died.
All Mexican spruces
may have had ranges as far south as Mexico City, but Chihuahua spruce
is most likely to have occurred there.
There was no perspective about those firs and spruces
Byproduct of World War I, these few spruces
survive in a bitter land, and the Adak elves love 'em.
First comes the spruce
budworm which doesn't just fancy spruces
but quite a few other trees, especially Douglas-fir.
Most of the major timber species--the spruces
, pines, oaks, maples, ashes, yellow-poplar, black cherry--shared in the volume gains.
Once you enter the forest, you can't see your object tree anymore, and there are quite a few spruces