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CHAPTER THREE

barn, and put the key in the gutter, a place where nobody but himself and Sylvia, and anybody else who wanted temporary shelter for a car, would think of looking. The car parked., the iron gates (`the last iron gates of the country-side,' or not, we can't be sure) were now waiting for the visitors' entrance. Perhaps if her ladyship were making a formal call she went through them, a footman or two having first unfastened them. Ordinary people just stepped over the stile which adjoined them, and found themselves within the high stone walls and in an apple-orchard. Slowly the orchard became more formal as they followed the little path; they were among marigolds suddenly and fingering their ties or powdering their noses; the path became steps down a rock-garden; now they were in a stonepaved courtyard, with a pool in the middle; and there opposite was the house, L-shaped, filling up two of the sides. Most amusing.
The other side of the house was not so funny. There were lawns and flowers and brick paths, almost as they might have been in anybody else's garden; there was a door in the wall for tradesmen, which was fairly amusing; there were the bee-hives, more flowers, and what had once been a duck-pond, but was now a pond in which wild duck nested; and beneath the lower wall a little river went peacefully on its way.
`And how is that delightful Westaways ?'Betty Baxter would ask, meeting Reginald at her house or another's.
What's the answer. What is the answer? Forbidden a battle-axe Reginald can think of none. He achieves a smile.
`Mr. Wellard has the most amusing house you ever saw,' she says to the strange woman in. a pink jumper, standing by

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