The cows had begun moving from the high timbered
ridges and had started to concentrate in the lowland river valleys.
We planned to approach the ram along the timbered
north slope until we got even with him, and then we would make a final stalk.
On narrow Rue Dinanderie, 16th-century timbered
houses lean precariously over the street (medieval pedestrians walked close to walls to avoid slop thrown into the street from second-story windows).
areas which have remained submerged will be in good condition and should not require much rehabilitation.
Lying off the hall is the substantial through lounge with inglenook fireplace with Clearview woodburning stove, timbered
ceiling, twin glazed doors to the exterior and door to a separate entrance porch.
A feature cast iron staircase leads up to an attractive timbered
gallery which is used as a bedroom.
Visitors are offered guided tours of the city, which although having suffered significant bomb damage during the Second World War, has a well preserved historical centre with its medieval alleys and half timbered
houses, animated year round by numerous festivals and cultural or sporting events.
The event is the first of 20 special occasions at the half timbered
hall during 2003.
We had just learned the timbered
tract south of our Wisconsin home was on the market.
At the Bromide Basin mine, in the Henry Mountains of Utah, work on the El Padre Tunnel is continuing: the mine portal has been safely timbered
and ore car tracks have been laid in the existing tunnel with more track online to transport our high-grade ore from the Bromide vein.
Like a golden phoenix, Rising from the ashes, The city was built once more, Glass and concrete replacing, Timbered
houses and quaint shops.
Take a careful look at the timbered
building on the left.