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But perhaps they would be lucky, and the supplies and the packhorse would be in the middle of all the juniper trees up at the top of the hill.
I started tightening saddles and untying the biggest camp items from the packhorse.
The smallest barge had a capacity vastly greater than the sturdiest packhorse.
A one-horse cart could carry much more than a packhorse but travelled more slowly.
In 1748 he gave protection to John Wesley after he tried to preach his message standing on the packhorse bridge.
I soon passed the packhorse bridge, built in 1675 and close to the ford by which crossed the Roman road to Boroughbridge.
The bandolero caught up the packhorse's leadrope but the packhorse balked and squatted on its haunches.
He knew that his laden packhorse team, and particularly his few tools of precious iron, would be a tempting prize to the Munjons.
In the late Middle Ages, there was a toll for crossing the bridge of 1d. per cart or packhorse carrying merchandize.
I have supplies and a packhorse hidden near the hill that lies a mile north of the city.
Unless you were monstrously tall, you could see nothing in front of you except for the back of someone's head or by chance, the flanks of a donkey or packhorse carrying goods.
The area is important for recreation having open access areas, footpaths and historic packhorse routes.
Built about 1734, this narrow stone bridge conveyed the packhorse trail from Leeds to Cheshire.
A packhorse or pack horse refers to a horse, mule, donkey, or pony used to carry goods on its back, usually in sidebags or panniers.
The Old Bridge, or Waterloo Bridge, near the Inn is on the old packhorse road through the village and is also known as the Packhorse Bridge.
You can follow historic railways and canals and follow in the footsteps of packhorse traders on ancient salt routes.
In addition, a packhorse is required to have additional skills that may not be required of a riding horse.
A load carried by a packhorse also has to be balanced, with weight even on both sides to the greatest degree possible.
Finally they put him on one of De Soto's packhorses, but even on a packhorse his feet hung down to within a few inches of the ground.
The packhorse, mule or donkey was a critical tool in the development of the Americas.
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The packhorse was rolling in the mud with the pack-saddle and saddlebags on.
He landed in Charleston in 1735 at the age of sixteen and presently joined a trader's caravan as packhorse boy.
It was only 12 miles of packhorse trail to the lake, eight if you climbed over the Top of the World.
There's also a Grade-II listed humpback packhorse bridge in the garden which spans the River Taff.
It is a narrow, stone packhorse bridge on the southern outskirts of Dunster with two arches over the River Avill.
They brought him on a packhorse, that staggered beneath the weight.
My companions had been unsuccessful in the pursuit of our packhorse.
This is the famous five-arched packhorse bridge whose cutwaters have resisted the river currents since the 14th century.
The snow which had fallen in the night made it late in the morning before the party loaded their solitary packhorse, and resumed their march.
And after contacting bosses at the PacKhorse, Halloween The SpooK Shop concept was in business.
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