Several miles below they ran in to the bank, and all four walked down to look at the bad water.
He walked outside a few days ago to look at it.
Philip saw which house she went into, and in a moment he walked along to look at it.
She walked through the other room of the house to look in the opposite direction.
He stood up and walked to the door to look over the hot, dusty little town.
Then I walk down to the river to look at my boat.
One morning I got up when everybody else was still asleep and walked to the lake just to look at it.
I walked forward to look at them, my bare feet quiet on the floor.
We turned onto the bridge and walked far enough out on it to look at the water.
After sunset is a good time to walk down the street to look at the homes.