(1) One thing I've learned is that if there's no path through the forest, you have to bushwhack .(2) I park and bushwhack through desert cutlery for a mile.(3) One trick is to bushwhack whenever possible.(4) It's just like hiking in a thicket - it requires too much energy to bushwhack , so you follow a deer trail.(5) I finally convinced him to let Steve and me paddle through easier water to the near shore, so I could bushwhack through the forest looking for a better portage.(6) ‘The grave robbers used to bushwhack in and cart out the artifacts on their backs,’ Hansen says.(7) She continued till the path curved, where she did not follow it, and instead began to bushwhack through the small poplar trees and briar undergrowth of the Island thicket.(8) When that time arrives, you become the one to bushwhack him.(9) Sometimes, Union troops in West Virginia simply arrested whoever was handy in response to bushwhacking , especially if arms were present.(10) If you're interested in doing a little bushwhacking during your next excursion, here are some tips to make that risky ride a bit more fun and worry free.(11) Hopefully he'll have forgotten about bushwhacking my back door by then!(12) These roads that were no longer in use had been partly washed away in spots and were grown over by alder trees, but easier than plain bushwhacking .(13) We drop our packs in the willows and begin bushwhacking up and down the river, searching for a safe place to ford.(14) Challenged by obstacles like thick vegetation, random trees, unexpected terrain changes, bushwhacking via bicycle takes every bit of your focus and attention.(15) It wasn't easy, all this bushwhacking through unfamiliar territory.(16) Biologist J. Michael Fay, left, pictured with pilot Peter Ragg, has bushwhacked 2,000 miles through the some of the last untouched forests of Africa and inspired the creation of at least 13 national parks.