Turn the page, and there, in fresh ginghams, would be mom, baking pies with one hand while patting her towhead with the other.
We laid up for the day on a towhead tolerable close to the left-hand bank.
It warn't no towhead that you could float by in ten minutes.
As soon as I got started I took out after the raft, hot and heavy, right down the towhead.
"Peterson didn't say nothin' about th' snag or th' towhead," he growled.
Pleased and surprised to have escaped, the towhead withdrew.
As we dropped below the towhead, the Boy, for once silent, wistfully gazed astern.
Minnie nodded her towhead toward a weather-beaten house of two rooms across the street.
To the right of that was a towhead, a newly formed island of mud and sand partly awash.
The snag now lay to port, the towhead to starboard, and holding a straight course the Missouri Belle crept slowly between them.