Some articles on mountain, mountains, councils, council:
... A king in the mountain, king under the mountain or sleeping hero is a prominent motif in folklore and mythology that is found in many folktales and legends ...
... A mountain resort town, Ruidoso lies in the rugged Sierra Blanca mountain range of southcentral New Mexico, where it merges with the Sacramento Mountains to the south ... Ski Apache, the Mescalero Apache Indian-owned ski resort on the 12,000-foot (3,700 m) mountain Sierra Blanca ... The tribe also operates the Inn of the Mountain Gods resort in the area, which includes a casino, hotel, and golf course ...
... during sea-floor spreading are often referred to as undersea mountain ranges due to their bathymetric prominence ...
... King in the mountain stories involve legendary heroes, often accompanied by armed retainers, sleeping in remote dwellings, including caves on high ... of some military consequence in the history of the nation where the mountain is located ... indicative of the long time he has slept beneath the mountain ...
... The following is a list of councils, headquartered in New Jersey, that have ceased to exist due to either a merger with another council, absorbtion by ... In some cases the council number is listed, ie ... Aheka Council, 1939–1972 - Merged with Alhtaha Council in 1972 to form Passaic Valley Council ...
Famous quotes containing the words council, orange and/or mountain:
“There by some wrinkled stones round a leafless tree
With beards askew, their eyes dull and wild
Twelve ragged men, the council of charity
Wandering the face of the earth a fatherless child....”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“Id take the bus downtown with my mother, and the big thing was to sit at the counter and get an orange drink and a tuna sandwich on toast. I thought I was living large!... When I was at the Ritz with the publisher a few months ago, I did think, Oh my God, Im in the Ritz tearoom. ... The person who was so happy to sit at the Woolworths counter is now sitting at the Ritz, listening to the harp, and wondering what tea to order.... [ellipsis in source] Am I awake?”
—Connie Porter (b. 1959)
“Give me the islands of the upper air,
and the towering mountain trees.”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)