Finally, from the top of a mountain peak, there was the wine country at last.
Just the shadow of dark mountain peaks rose behind them.
The road cut straight through these to the massive mountain peak at the far end.
She saw the movement, looked at him with one eye, then back to the mountain peak.
Imagine you are standing at the top of a mountain peak.
When you are ready, fly towards a mountain peak, and land.
As the pilot started to bank the plane, a mountain peak looked suddenly in front of him.
She was stuck on top of a mountain peak with no way down.
Many mountain peaks have been named after Hayden as well.
A steep mountain peak rose before us, far higher than any other we had passed.
However, the real deal came when the oil price in 1973 hit the high points.
You want to know the high point of my life?
And they were looking forward to meeting him, as to the high point of their lives.
But those may be the high points, the report said.
There were other high points by the end of the week.
He was able to put the City's economic resources at a high point.
The high point of the evening, however, was what came after the music.
And those were actually the high points of Peter's week home.
That turned out to be the high point of the season.
During its high point, it was a two room school with about 30 students.
We ran up to a mountain top, Left history far behind us.
We've been on the mountain top and seen water all round.
Actually, you're better than them because you had to struggle so very hard to stand on the same mountain top.
In the morning, the sun doesn't slip over the mountain top behind us until 10am.
He watched himself, not smoking, like a man looking down from a high mountain top.
Imagine putting one of yourself each on a different mountain top, and then using radio to think.
But, as they view it from the mountain top, he says to them: "Let's camp outside for a few more years before we go in."
He turned his head and looked at the bright mountain tops.
It can be found from sea level to mountain tops.
Theo went out and sat on the mountain top all that night long.
So I'm going to quit trying and just hit the high spots.
It is considered one of the highest spots in the city.
"I'd say that the really great high spots have been going up about 50 percent a year since 1988 or so," he said.
She had felt a spot slightly higher than the rest.
Then rode upon it to some spot deep or high.
If this last isn't the high spot of the expedition, I don't know what is.
Eva was coming in at a high spot of the Army's history.
She had me hit the high spots of their years together.
Perhaps we have just time for me to run over the high spots.
But that speech was a high spot in my education.