We rested above an hour in the cool shade, while our horses refreshed themselves on the “grama” that grew luxuriantly around.
Be ysum inge ge habba oft gehyred, ac us is acumendlicere eower gebelh, onne s lmihtigan Godes grama, gif we his bebodu forsuwia.
The hills beyond became naked, or covered only with short grass of the grama kind and dusty-gray sage-brush.
He ferde, and bodode, t him ws Godes grama nsigende, gif h to Gode bugan noldon.
Now and then, in this world of pine trees, we came upon patches of grama grass.
This is the "grama" or "buffalo-grass," and, despite its look of utter desiccation, is highly nutritious.
There the grama grass is longer and more luxuriant than in the immediate neighbourhood of the spring.
Somewhere off to the east, miles and miles beyond the red sea of sand and grama grass, lay Home.
In spite of the rest here, the animals did not seem to improve on the grama and buffalo grass.
The grass, consisting of several varieties of the grama, is of a superior quality, and grows luxuriantly.