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Quotes of canyon

  1. Climbing K2 or floating the Grand Canyon in an inner tube; there are some things one would rather have done than do. – Edward Abbey
  2. All through the night, like the tumult of a river when it races between the cliffs of a canyon in my sleep I could hear the steady roar of the passing army. – Richard Harding Davis
  3. Publishing a volume of verse is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo. – Don Marquis
  4. Writing a book of poetry is like dropping a rose petal down the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo. – Don Marquis
  5. I believe in evolution. But I also believe, when I hike the Grand Canyon and see it at sunset, that the hand of God is there also. – John McCain
  6. I just want to be able to sit on grass as long as I want to, without anybody telling me to leave. Everything is so restricted, here, in that you actually have to stand behind a line, you can't go up the Canyon and enjoy the view. – Franka Potente
  7. The wonders of the Grand Canyon cannot be adequately represented in symbols of speech, nor by speech itself. The resources of the graphic art are taxed beyond their powers in attempting to portray its features. Language and illustration combined must fail. – John Wesley Powell
  8. It's like trying to describe what you feel when you're standing on the rim of the Grand Canyon or remembering your first love or the birth of your child. You have to be there to really know what it's like. – Jack Schmitt
  9. Every season has its peaks and valleys. What you have to try to do is eliminate the Grand Canyon – Andy Van Slyke
  10. Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes, or games, are created equal. – George Will

Usage examples for canyon

  1. All the way over the ridge and across the flat and up the steep, narrow road along the edge of Spirit Canyon Brit dwelt upon the probable moves of the Sawtooth. – Sawtooth Ranch by B. M. Bower
  2. They were coming in myriads from down the main canyon and each side canyon – Out of Doors--California and Oregon by J. A. Graves
  3. That's another reason why I've come to hate Canyon Pass. – The Heart of Canyon Pass by Thomas K. Holmes
  4. I did it once, back there in the Canyon and I'll always be glad I did. – The Enchanted Canyon by Honoré Willsie Morrow
  5. When she left for the Canyon she was happier than ever before in her life. – The Call of the Canyon by Zane Grey
  6. " He told me last night," exclaimed Nucky; " that I didn't have to go down the Canyon – The Enchanted Canyon by Honoré Willsie Morrow
  7. Up the canyon you remember, Dave? – The Cow Puncher by Robert J. C. Stead
  8. " This is Grand Canyon country, an' nobody knows what he's goin' to find," was Frank's comment. – The Last of the Plainsmen by Zane Grey
  9. The drive out of the canyon was a beautiful one. – Out of Doors--California and Oregon by J. A. Graves
  10. Had he met with an accident and was he lying, crushed from a long fall, in some mountain canyon – Boy Scouts in an Airship by G. Harvey Ralphson
  11. Bud returned from the canyon where he had driven the horses. – The Young Forester by Zane Grey
  12. In these pages I shall make no attempt to describe the Grand Canyon – The Book of the National Parks by Robert Sterling Yard
  13. This photograph represents the Royal Gorge, where the canyon is three hundred feet deep. – Shepp's Photographs of the World by James W. Shepp Daniel B. Shepp
  14. There in the Rockies one afternoon we had left Cripple Creek and were driving down Phantom Canyon when night overtook us. – The-Life-of-Me-an-autobiography by Johnson, Clarence Edgar
  15. O, that woman of the Yellow Canyon – Judith of the Godless Valley by Honoré Willsie
  16. N Canyon 1; Unahini River, 5 mi. – Mammals taken Along the Alaska Highway by Rollin H. Baker
  17. He grinned apologetically for this strange idea, but Purvis nodded with perfect sympathy, and then turned his horse up the canyon – The Untamed by Max Brand
  18. I learned a few minutes ago through young Brockway that you were on the train, the President continued, lowering his voice, and I understand that he wishes you to take charge of his party for the day on the trip up Clear Creek Canyon – A Romance in Transit by Francis Lynde
  19. He started from his hiding- place and ran down the canyon hoping to get out of sight, if it should be his two enemies returning, before they could reach the place. – With Hoops of Steel by Florence Finch Kelly
  20. It seems to me sometimes as if I couldn't stand it- just the way the Grand Canyon got hold of me. – The Bad Man by Charles Hanson Towne

Rhymes for canyon