They trudge into remote forests to play taped bird calls, hoping that a survivor of a vanished species will reply.
Back the hunters trudge to the first entry in their game-book.
We trudge down the dune, surprising the lady who lives in the valley.
We learn that even urban sophisticates will trudge into the park in midwinter to put out seeds and suet.
It's getting to be that time of year when the garage-less must trudge outside extra early to start the car to defrost the windows.
Millions gladly missed sleep, and then had to drag themselves out of bed and trudge to work.
It is illogical to have the washing machine in a room that you have to trudge down a corridor to reach.
By comparison, that makes a trudge to the video store as inconvenient and obsolete as starting a car with a hand crank.
Then they trudge down the road to support other villages in similar campaigns.
But still, the impeachment proceedings trudge forward.