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CHAPTER TWO

`Will you drive, or shall I?' said Sylvia.
`I'll drive, and you shall give me a lesson.'
`Darling, don't be silly. You drive just as well as I do.'
`Sylvia, how can you say that?'
`Well, I mean it's only because you can't give your mind to it. Naturally you're thinking of something else all the time.'
`That's just what I'm not doing. My mind is glued on the gears from the moment that I see a hill in the distance. I have an absolute picture in my mind of steel teeth snapping and growling at each other and refusing to get interlocked. My mind is utterly convinced that I shall stampede the cattle, and it's always right.'
`Well, that's what I mean,' said Sylvia. `You think about it too much.'
But just now she said - oh, well, never mind.
`Very well then,' said Reginald. `You shall hold my hand, and I shan't be able to think about it at all.'
But before he got out of neutral, he turned to her, and she to him, and they looked at each other, happily, almost shyly ,again, and smiled and kissed.
Down a hill o'l'CE of the station and up a hill which you rushed ... no, not quite ... very well, then, noiselessly into second....
`I'm terribly sorry, Sylvia.'
`It's all right, darling.'
`A 5.9 exploding in the Lesser Cat House at the Zoo would give just that effect, but more expensively. What shall we do about it?'
`You'll be better next time.'
`Well, you must tell me.'
Across the main road, down a long winding hill - carefully now, because of the narrow bridge over the

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