There is this dry white sand which you see on the pine-barrens—miles upon miles of it.
Years later I was to find this orchid growing by scores in the pine-barrens.
The other evening I sat reading alone in my cabin in the heart of the pine-barrens before a roaring fire.
I had traveled with the Botanist into the heart of the pine-barrens.
Three hundred Thimagoa and thirty Frenchmen took up their march through the pine-barrens.
The last time I had heard that note was in the pine-barrens three years before.
The rest of the party now came up, and soon after, the visitors took leave; Winthrop rode back across the pine-barrens to Gracias.
It was a weary march, through swamps, mud, and pine-barrens.
Then there are the sandy roads of the pine-barrens, of an agreeable consistency after rain, but very heavy in dry weather.
But Van was awfully pulled down by the time we reached the pine-barrens up near Deadwood.