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Reaching for the mistletoe

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After we were across the rivičre we went in a more slow way. There was so many things to see. Trees and trees were all along the way. There were more ranch-houses . I did have seeing of them set always back from the road , and smoke did come in curls from out their chimneys. At a bend in the road there was a big chęne tree -- it was a very big one. On its arms there was bunches of mistletoe. I made a stop to have looks at them. I had thinks I might reach up to them. I stood on tiptoe on the back of William Shakespeare . I could reach a reach to one limb. I put my arms around it and had a swing. It was very nice to swing one forward and two back again.
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