News that a native son had been made pope swept through Argentina like the wind over Patagonia.
Micah is 10 years old and he had a coat geared to the season, a Patagonia winter jacket with a hood.
Sponsored by Patagonia, the new spot would have been called Patagonia Reef had Surfrider not abandoned the project.
Birmingham, after all, seems an unlikely breeding ground for so rarefied a creature as the author of In Patagonia.
We know there are great entrepreneurs out there with really great ideas and resources and they could be the next Patagonia.
But six feet four inches is not considered dwarfish, even in Patagonia.
A whole winter was passed on the cold and barren coast of Patagonia.
He several times returned East, and after 1853 became a confirmed wanderer, being found in Patagonia in 1867.
But I may be prejudiced by having been so long accustomed to the plains of Patagonia.
It would be possible to write a very long chapter about the future of Patagonia.
South American region, with -ia + Patagon, name given by Europeans to the Tehuelche people who inhabited the coasts of the region, sometimes said to mean literally "large-foot," from Spanish and Portuguese pata "paw, animal foot" (see patten) in reference to the people's llama-skin shoes. But elsewhere said to be from Patagon, name of a dog-headed monster in the prose romance "Amadís de Gaula" (1508) by Garci Ordóñez de Montalvo (which also might have yielded California).