I was the upwind wheeler and had to hitch on to the side of the sledge to reduce the leeway as much as possible.
He sneaked toward them upwind in order that he might still smell them, and it also kept them from smelling him.
If the menace was upwind and within reasonable distance, his nose detected it.
upwind, not in order to prevent the Prairie-dog smelling her, but so that she could smell him, which came to the same thing.
In the beginning he rushes, upwind in instinctive reaction against the strange scent.
The Tower of London, upwind of the fire, was saved by blowing up surrounding buildings.
What had aroused him, at that distance and upwind, I do not know.
He generally tries to get away in the direction of the disturbance, or upwind, as the case may be.