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ADVENTURES OF YOUR. OWN CORRESPONDENTS. ...
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. y , you , walked whole of ? this It is day not , walk our habit in sing to le do file either , and but swing we had our an arms instinctive as we
tive feeling " enoug that h the to " resp situation ond at " once required . On it we , and , trud we ged were down re Ennerdale presenta lie - ,
now and then resting for A . to make a sketch , and for me to at down the on mists the gathering sofK ; tufts of over grass the and mountains look up and throug the h half grey shut dull eye sky s ,
, had and the come barren on the moorland other side stretching of _which up lay to the Wastwater pass over . which We had we
howl not met of a a , cre sheep ature -dog all , day and , or every heard now a sound and then , save the onc rushing e the distant of a
little mountain torrent . " How many becks do you think we have crossed to-day ?"
said I . " " A Wh dozen , " returned said a dozen A . two hours and since then I have yyou ago ,
slipped into , two , and there were those two without stepping stones , and " Well the one two with dozen that " awkward said A jump with , careless and contempt " of my
topographical , interest . , "It is easier ., to count how many living things we have seenI wonder we have seen no cattle . "
. herd " I of am mad glad bulls we have in this not ! solitary " cried I p , lace with would sudden be animation anything . but "A
pleasant . " of " " cattle If The you object is to would me of words not alarming call , " returned all and horned terrif I , cattle " is ing to mad convey which bulls ideas the — word . " began The in idea its A .
ordinary acceptation is not . Therefore y I , choose to call them mad bullsas a more accurate way of conveying the true impression to
my A own , listened mind and inunconvinced the minds of silence my hearers and . " shaded at her away
. . , " effect . " not " get We taken must in not at stay that to Boat rest -house too long , I , don " said 't know she , how " for much if we farther should
somehow we " shall Oh , but . have I we never to shall go . heard " , " said of I two , " human or at all beings events with we money shall manage in their
, pockets " After , who all , could " cried not A . get , jump food ing and up beds and somewhere helping me . " to adjust my do ?
knapsack "By no , " means after " all said , we I do " quite not pull the reverse one another . " And back so , hig we hly satis " -
,, , fied with ourselves , we trudged on ; though it did flash across my mind , that certain respected and prudent relatives would characterise
this very peculiarity of ours , as a proof how very unfit we were to . be On trusted we went together . And . our journey ( the conversational part at least ) vox . iv . i 2
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