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Except for the smoke in the south, the landscape was bucolically peaceful.
Electric logs glowed bucolically in the hearth of a big brick fireplace.
"Bucolically stated, but at its essence, correct," said Spock.
The horses, having somehow swum across, peeked out bucolically from the leafy ledges where they grazed alongside the cows.
Visitors come to the North Fork because the landscape from Wading River to Orient Point provides the most bucolically beautiful drive on Long Island.
The place: the Carper family dream house in southwest Washington state, where Gray's River, only 60 feet away, flowed by bucolically in full view from the home's striking glass wall.
Depicted were mixed herds of cows, sheep, pigs, horses, goats, perhaps 50 animals in all, arrayed as if bucolically grazing on the station rooftop or headed back to the barn after a long day in a hot pasture.
There we boarded the historic Mount Hood Railway, which carried us up through forests and rich fruit orchards to the village of Parkdale, which sits bucolically amid orchards under the mountain's snowy cone.
It had been 30 years since my last visit when, one raw morning, I boarded the 15-seat white van that stops in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art to pick up bucolically inclined passengers for the $7 round trip.
In the final shots of the movie, we see Cady's high school reconfigured as a kind of benevolent teen-girl paradise, with various former enemies waving to each other, sitting bucolically together in the schoolyard, even kissing each other.
By bringing together kindred bands, along with vendors of things like hemp clothing, New Orleans beignets and pro-choice bumper stickers, the Horde festival now fills arenas with fans who want an afternoonlong vacation in the bucolically imagined late 1960's.