Vesta was firm in her intention of giving up the ranch and leaving the Bad Lands as soon as she could sell the cattle.
Bad Lands they were, for man or beast, and Bad Lands they remained.
Suddenly, without a moment's hesitation he turned into a side coulee, gained the bench, and headed straight for the Bad Lands.
The Marquis loved the Bad Lands; there was no question about that.
Doubtless we were new to his generation; for in the evening dusk we had drifted well into the Bad Lands.
Behind all his activities in the Bad Lands loomed a grandiose purpose.
An' when the pilgrim rides into the Bad Lands with the money—well, it'll be my turn, then.
The first shot was aimed at the office of the Bad Lands Cowboy.
As they came into the Bad Lands, he stood on the rear platform of his car, gazing wistfully over the forbidding-looking landscape.
Their horses were gathering speed as they turned them toward the Bad Lands.