But she only shook her haid–like she was hurt–and clumb into the buckboard.
Meredith said to Helen, gravely, as he handed her out of the buckboard.
His buckboard stood at the rail, the horses stamping impatiently.
I was keeping abreast of the wagon, in my buckboard, away to the south of it.
The rattle of the buckboard on the wet gravel drive brought Portlaw to his feet.
I abandoned the buckboard and cargo, and took to the saddle.
We ought to hitch that lazy old horse to the buckboard and make her pull the load up the hill.
He doffed his prairie hat as the buckboard drew abreast of him.
A large jack-rabbit was loping slowly out of the way of the buckboard.
Then with great deliberation he came close up to the buckboard.