It seems like every time I go climbing on a sandstone formation, I break off a handhold , yet I can't put a dent in this boulder.
They hang from the bus, with half a big toe firmly planted on the footboard, and one hand grappling the handhold meant to help people get in.
Formidable teeth and jaws were required to face a fox in closed quarters, while the tail needed to be sufficiently long to provide a handhold by which the dog could be pulled from shallow holes.
The cowboy uses one arm to hold onto the handhold and has to try to stay on for eight seconds.
We plunged into the deep, narrow ravine, grasping for handholds on the sheer sidewalls, disturbing spiders' silk strands strung across the path.
I'd managed to scramble up to the crest on what was basically slate: handholds and footholds tended to detach themselves in small, take-home-and-keep pieces.
Going down had been easy, but with no handholds or footholds, coming up was proving to be much harder than I'd expected.
And there's something poetic in the way the handful of people, and the dozens of worn, yellow painted handholds resonate in their gentle movements.
There are no handholds , so I bang repeatedly against the roof.
She found two handholds she could reach and a slight indentation under the water offered her a place to put her feet.