Going Through the Country
Drive across, or take the train, or a bus. Aeroplanes aren't much good. Faster though. But you don't see, for example, the old farms, with their log fences put up by hand over a hundred years ago. Once on a hot day, we went by a field with some horses in it. There was one large tree. Where do you think the horses were? Under the tree in the shade of course. Enough rays came through to show off their fine coats. Wish I'd had a camera. Once I was at a donut shop and there were no less than four police cars parked in the parking lot. Lucky for them, no one had a camera.
(And do you think that one large tree was left there by accident?)
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Posted by Philip Northover at 7:02 AM