She toddled about unsteadily upon the thick mat of buffalo-grass.
Our road was generally over level uplands bordering the river, which were closely covered with a sward of buffalo-grass.
The trail led through the great fields of buffalo-grass, out of which gigantic solitary trees shot up a hundred feet into the air.
They generally prefer the seed of the buffalo-grass, a kind of grass that grows plentifully in Texas.
It was a miniature paradise in the midst of a desert of sage-brush and buffalo-grass.
This is the "grama" or "buffalo-grass," and, despite its look of utter desiccation, is highly nutritious.
They could see over its surface to a great extent, as it was quite level and covered with short spring buffalo-grass.
It was the sort of sweet grass the hunters call "buffalo-grass," and which is considered splendid food for cattle.
Gallup looked dolefully at the horses, which were feeding on the buffalo-grass of the valley.
The walls of these primitive habitations are composed of squares of buffalo-grass sod, laid tier upon tier, roots uppermost.