This was enclosed with a thick plantation of firs on all sides but that one which looked westward across the intervale.
In a region with scarcely any level land or intervale, farmers are at a disadvantage.
On the left or opposite bank of the stream there was no intervale at all.
The land in some parts being a second intervale, and in others a good upland with a strong soil.
"Townsend, four miles; intervale, six miles," read Henry aloud.
The intervale and low lands are generally later in drying, and are generally cultivated in June.
The two men followed the foot-path, which wound downward from the Inn across the intervale.
The forest on the intervale between the stream and the mountain was mainly of spruce, basswood, yellow birch and a few firs.
The crops were raised on the "intervale" and the cattle pastured on the mountain side.
This day of the black snake was an eventful day for the little kings of the intervale.