When they moved to the boonies, Dorothy Wordsworth measured their walk
Even though it may like the boonies, don’t assume you can mosey in anytime and grab a seat.
But it was the boonies, and so no scientists really bothered to check it out for years and years.
Lost Hills is known as a “slow station,” an outpost in the boonies, covering a vast and varied terrain.
We can see those elderly ladies pursing their lips and totaling the count way out there in the boonies.
He lives, he says, “out in the boonies,” and he struggled with his own Internet as he watched his students drop on and off his radar.
But, I have to admit, I did a lot of work this past winter in isolation, and was very happy to be quietly painting out here in the boonies.
Mitchell, a rugged, genial man, arrived soon afterward from his construction job “out in the boonies,” wearing a mud-flecked leather jacket.
There’s also an eighty-five-dollar minimum for schlepping out to Kennebunkport to find weed, and a hundred for finding weed in the boonies of Ogunquit.
On a recent Saturday morning, Corey Johnson sat in a downtown café trying to persuade his neighbors that hydrofracking isn’t an issue that just concerns people in the boonies.
Some people travel Correro’s trail for a weekend; others traverse all sixty-two hundred miles of boonies, from Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, to Port Orford, Oregon, crossing fourteen states.
Kabaker, a fashion illustrator and the artist behind the cover for the Style Issue, has since left city life and is now settled into what she calls “the boonies of Western Massachusetts,” but her interest in fashion remains constant.
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