Seet-s-be-a, the Mid-day Sun; a pretty girl, in mountain-sheep skin dress, and fan of the eagles tail in her hand.
While upon my way, perhaps some six miles or more, I saw a mountain-sheep.
Once as he headed round a break he caught sight of mountain-sheep cuddled under a protecting shelf.
These mountain-sheep, too, are more hardy and independent than the valley flocks.
The "big-horn," or mountain-sheep, is not so common, but the hunting thereof is usually successful if good guides are obtained.
Ah'-kay-ee-px-en, the Woman who Strikes Many; full-length; dress of mountain-sheep skin.
There are a few sheep in here, but mountain-sheep is a hard meat to kill.
Of these various meats the deer proved the best, the mountain-sheep the poorest.
Once only we saw one of these cows, which, like the mountain-sheep of Wales, have caught the shyness of wild animals.
Still higher up the mountains, beyond where bears ever traveled, there were mountain-sheep, and still higher up were goats.