The small base was a way station for U.S. troops en route to the Korengal.
This was a woman who boarded us at a way station, selling milk.
Mars is only a way station, a training center for a select few.
Scatchy and the Big Soprano had gone, weeping anxious postcards from every way station it is true, but nevertheless gone.
The old trail market of Dodge, deserted and forlorn-looking among the wild sunflower, was passed like a way station.
The native who was to be our chief guide met us with our mounts at a way station far up in the interior of Quebec.
The others would speedily be found making only a way station of New York.
Though we did not realize it at the time, this was destined to be only a place to winter, a way station on our route to Oregon.
The train of memories once started, she herself gave it speed if it stopped at a way station; cargo if it went empty.
The signs on our side of the highway were upside down; indicating that we were leaving the way station.