The jack-pine knots, heavy with pitch, gave to the top of the stove a rosy glow.
From the midst of a clump of second growth jack-pine proceeded a glow of firelight.
In the dim light of dawn Bill picked his way up through the jack-pine flat.
Not a very inviting place, this shabby way station set in a wilderness of jack-pine and hackberry trees.
Tall, dark trees of spruce, fir, and jack-pine shouldered back from the margin and cast irregular silhouettes around the border.
In Michigan it forms the "jack-pine plains" of the Lower Peninsula.
He pointed out to her a squirrel sitting upon the branch of a jack-pine not far off.
They sat on the bowlder for a few minutes, then scrambled downhill to the jack-pine flat, and built their evening fire.
Let me tell you one thing that I discovered the white oaks were doing in the sand of the jack-pine plains of Michigan.