With something like contempt for this hysteria, Rigel touches his forehoofs to the tanbark
The need for large volumes of tanbark
resulted in the employment of large numbers of bark-peelers.
John Partington, who wanted to raid the inland forests for fence pickets, railroad ties and tanbark
(then used for treating hides) and load the cargo onto ships, found a much quieter anchorage nearby - though blocked from the canyon by a steep granite face.
Some species were skinned for tanbark
to supply nearby tanneries.
Sometimes he sneaked through the doors of the stable and stood nervously on the tanbark
inside while the big horses were saddled for the customers, and one of the grooms had put him on a horse once and let him ride around inside.
MESSAGE: The brochure features a full line-up of genetically superior Holstein and Jersey sires derived from the legends of the tanbark
It sniffed at me calmly, gave a canine-style shrug, and disappeared behind tanbark