(1) This is a ramble rather than a full-blown hill walk and should appeal to a wide number of people.(2) After a four-hour ramble on foot through deep gorges, past monasteries, and up steep, forested hillsides, we arrive in Chhulemu, Babu's home village.(3) After the country ramble , it's time to return to the urban reality of the studio proper overlooking the Brixton Road.(4) Patterns of olive leaves, golden scallop shells, and intricate pastel designs ramble over the walls.(5) Surely we should be able to walk our dogs or simply ramble along in safety and in peace to enjoy the views and healthy exercise?(6) ├ö├ç├┐At the same time it is creating a right to roam, giving walkers carte blanche to ramble in the countryside,├ö├ç├û he said.(7) Whether they twine, cling, or ramble , climbing plants enhance good architecture and camouflage the not-so-good.(8) Climbing types reach 6 feet tall and can gracefully twine up fences and arbors, or ramble over the ground.(9) A ramble through Waterford's scenic countryside, mountains and coastline will never be the same again once you have read a new book about 15 of the county's great walks.(10) Please note that you cannot drive around Loch Katrine, but if you fancy a long country stroll, you can ramble right round the perimeter, and I doubt if there is a lovelier walk anywhere in Britain.(11) Their lily-pad leaves and bright orange, yellow, or red flowers ramble over picket fences and along the ground.(12) Although the walk can be generally classified as a ramble rather than a full-blown hill-walk, it is planned to go to Tully Summit.(13) This year, as well as the regular walks, it is also planned to introduce a countryside ramble which is aimed at anyone interested in a leisurely Sunday afternoon walk with a focus on the local environment.(14) Annabelle is encouraging people to don their hiking boots and take a ramble through the countryside to find love.(15) A man with a great fondness for the outdoor life, he loved to ramble in the countryside and experience the peace and quiet of the land.(16) Found mainly in country pubs, it provides sustenance after a good ramble through the fields.