We took shelter from the hail under a cutbank where the caon widens.
It was decided that this should be done, and one morning more than forty young males started for cutbank River.
It was the Pu-nak-ik-si, or cutbank River, so named on account of the rock walls on both sides of the lower part of its valley.
On the morning that they approached the camp here on cutbank, Falling Bear had partly recovered the use of one eye.
cutbank is a primitive, densely wooded valley with a singing mountain stream.
Sewall guarded the German, while Roosevelt and Dow, crouching under the lee of a cutbank, prepared to greet the others.
After all his winding about in the gully he was not more than a mile from the cutbank.
The deer had leaped from a cutbank onto the sand, had whirled around in several sharp turns, and had run into the adjacent brush.
At the time the people moved up here on cutbank, he had been married but a short time.
A hundred yards from his objective he dismounted, removed his spurs, and crawled stealthily toward the rim of the cutbank.