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ozone also. Those people haven't any sense of smell; they have rather different senses from ours, but I'll get to that later. Of course, I was dead-beat, though they had already evidently given me some sort of cordial before I quite came to. There was a queer, keen taste in my mouth and throat. Anyhow, you wait till you find yourself strolling along, courteously assisted by two giant birds, who-metaphorically and actually, since they stood about seven feet high-are carrying on a conversation over your head. You see if you won't feel a bit giddy.
" Still, I noticed quite a few things. For instance, we were going along a path-not much of a path, but quite a wellbeaten trail. You couldn't see far because just then the atmosphere was so iridescent. It wasn't what you'd call fogthough, as I've said, the temperature must have been over sixty and the humidity was high. It was the strange flickering light; as if the whole ill-defined sky were a sort of rainbow badly off color and quite unable to pull itself together into a decent arch with properly outlined bands.
" But interest in general meteorology was again brought back to earth with a bump. Right ahead of me loomedhouses. They weren't much as architecture. They appeared to be built of uncut stones piled together with no clear courses. But when I was close enough, I saw that the stones were all set in hard mortar and were well smoothed and fitted.
" When we reached the first of these huts, my companions wheeled around and gently ushered me inside the place. One stayed with me while the other disappeared. When he re

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