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Greater Grand Forks Greenway - Trail Heads
... A series of "trail heads" exist at various points along the Greenway ... These trail heads offer breaks in the dikes or floodwalls so that pedestrians can access the Greenway ... Most of these trail heads offer paved parking lots and many also offer public restroom facilities ...
Vermont Route 129 - Route Description
... VT 129 then heads north, intersecting with Shrine Road (Town Highway 2) before leaving Isle La Motte over a bridge for Alburgh ... VT 129 then heads to the south, paralleling the shores of the La Motte Passage (a part of Lake Champlain) ... The route leaves the connector and heads eastward towards US 2, soon terminating at an intersection with US 2 on the shores of another connector in South Alburgh ...
Indiana State Road 42 - Route Description
... From the western terminus with SR 46, SR 42 heads east out of Terre Haute, paralleling Interstate 70 (I-70) ... SR 42 heads east from Terre Haute passing over I-70 ... SR 42 heads east passing through an intersection with U.S ...
... of a wooden body shaped like an hourglass, and it is taut, with two drum heads with cords that can be squeezed or released to increase or decrease the tension ... Care for this instrument is peculiar in that the drum heads must be exposed to moisture to produce a desirable sound ... Before playing the tsuzumi, the player will breathe very close to the head that will be struck ...
Indiana State Road 17 - Route Description
... After SR 25, SR 17 heads north-northwest out of Logansport ... After Logansport SR 17 heads due north toward a T-intersection with State Road 114 ... After SR 114, SR 17 has five 90 degrees curves, thens SR 17 heads due north ...

Famous quotes containing the word heads:

    Boys and girls may sit together, but they know the rules. I must be able to see both heads and all hands at all times.
    Melody Clarke, U.S. school-bus driver. As quoted in Newsweek magazine, p. 23 (December 19, 1994)

    We imagined that the sun shining on their bare heads had stamped a liberal and public character on their most private thoughts.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Nature has from the first expanded the minute blossoms of the forest only toward the heavens, above men’s heads and unobserved by them. We see only the flowers that are under our feet in the meadows.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)