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But nothing happened to prevent it. The remaining days ofAugust passed all too quickly, Miss Perry's car was frequently seen now before the Burfords' house, and Tom was spending a great deal of his time with Peter Perry, whilst Tim and Bounce had evidently decided that the only course open to two reasonable dogs, whose masters had become friends, was to follow their example and be friends, too.
` It's the last day of August,' Nellie remarked mournfully at breakfast one morning; `another week, and then-' She stopped with a choking lump in her throat.
` You'll like it at Broadstairs, I shouldn't wonder,' Tom said hastily. 'I'll promise to write to you,' he went on, ` and tell you everything you'll care to know.'
This was very good of Tom, for he hated letter-writing. Nellie, aware of that fact, looked at him gratefully, and answered ;` Yes, do! And never mind the spelling! 'rhat won't matter a bit ! '
A fine, sunny morning, a week later, found the whole Burford family, Tim included, at the railway station. Mrs Burford was to take Nellie to Broadstairs, remain there the night, and return on the morrow.

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