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Dylan Kriglstein
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So out here on the road in central France on day 2 of our trip in the McLaren MP4-12C, and I've really been able to see everything that this car can do. I have to say, on the roads of the Central Massif, it really shows you everything. There is that Comfort Mode that we had on day 1. Then today, we've spent an awful lot of time in Sport, and I did a little bit of Track Mode as well.


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I was standing in the mud, the trail was behind me and the wetland was in front of me. The water went deeper further into the wetland, and there were several green-headed ducks (Anas platyrhynchos diazi?) swimming behind the unknown plants (Fig.2). One was drinking the water. Further away were some unknown green leaf trees.


The air was fresh and it started drizzling, I felt the wet mud below where I was standing. I heard several different kinds of chirps, such as cawing, tweeting, and other sounds that might be coming from different species.


There was a town down there, as flat as a flannel-cake, and called Summit, of course. It contained inhabitants of as undeleterious and self-satisfied a class of peasantry as ever clustered around a Maypole.


"I like this fine. I never camped out before; but I had a pet 'possum once, and I was nine last birthday. I hate to go to school. Rats ate up sixteen of Jimmy Talbot's aunt's speckled hen's eggs. Are there any real Indians in these woods? I want some more gravy. Does the trees moving make the wind blow? We had five puppies. What makes your nose so red, Hank? My father has lots of money. Are the stars hot? I whipped Ed Walker twice, Saturday. I don't like girls. You dassent catch toads unless with a string. Do oxen make any noise? Why are oranges round? Have you got beds to sleep on in this cave? Amos Murray has got six toes. A parrot can talk, but a monkey or a fish can't. How many does it take to make twelve?"


I got the knife away from the kid and made him lie down again. But, from that moment, Bill's spirit was broken. He laid down on his side of the bed, but he never closed an eye again in sleep as long as that boy was with us. I dozed off for a while, but along toward sun-up I remembered that Red Chief had said I was to be burned at the stake at the rising of the sun. I wasn't nervous or afraid; but I sat up and lit my pipe and leaned against a rock.


"You know, Sam," says Bill, "I've stood by you without batting an eye in earthquakes, fire and flood--in poker games, dynamite outrages, police raids, train robberies and cyclones. I never lost my nerve yet till we kidnapped that two-legged skyrocket of a kid. He's got me going. You w