casionally pass from one ridge to another. Where there are no clearings the sides of the hills are covered with avery heavy growth of timber and with undergrowth, and the ravines are filled with vines and canebrakes, almost impenetrable.
|Title||:||Personal memoirs of U. S. Grant|
|Author||:||Grant, Ulysses S.|
|Publisher||:||Best Books on - 1885-01-01|