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CHAPTER TWO

stream at the bottom, through the village - then all out so as to get a flying start for the long climb up on to the common....
`Now,' said Sylvia, `clutch out.'
`It is.'
`Into neutral.'
`But I always - oh, all right.'
`Just touch the accelerator.'
`Done.'
`Now right down with the clutch, and feel your way back into second.'
`Gosh, this is - Sylvia, you're a-'
`Accelerate, quick. There! It's quite easy, isn't it?'
`If you're here.'
`Of course you could do it if you tried, darling.'
They sailed up on to the common, over the common, along the top of the world, where wild cherry, wild plum and blackthorn hung daintily white against the blue beyond, through a beech-wood so dejicately green, so fresh and young and fragrant and unattainable that one thought in whispers as one went past; out and to the left, through the broken gate, past the cottage, and so easily down through long rolling sheep-cropped fields to where the little walled island of Westaways raised three stiff: chimneys above a ruffle of orchard.
Reginald stopped the car, and took a deep breath. How he loved Westaways! How he loved it! Oh God, thank you for thinking of Westaways, and thank you for letting me have it.
`I expect you want your tea,' said Sylvia. `I'll put the car away if you like.'
`Sorry. What did you say, sweetheart? Ohl' Reginald woke up. `I'll let you put it away if you'll do it backwards and let me watch you.'

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