|going great guns
||working very well, going strong
||We were going great guns till our goalie got hurt. Then they scored.
||(See the going rate)
||doing well, succeeding
||The party was going strong - lots of dancing and laughter.
|going to the mountains
||going home, returning to the place you call home
||"Where did John go when he left here?" "He said he was going
to the mountains - going home."
|going to town
||working or talking hard, protesting, sounding off
||One man was really going to town, speaking against taxes.
|gol dang/gol darn
||frustrating, dad-blamed, darn
||The gol dang cord is tangled. It's full of knots.
||best years, time of most prosperity
||He said the decade after World War II was Canada's golden age.
||(See a golden opportunity)
||(See The Golden Rule)
||65 years of age or older, sunset years
||Dad is retired now, enjoying his golden years.