The afternoon didn't drag on, but Saylie did pull out a puzzle book and some pens so she had something to do aside from gazing out the window. The sun was getting lower in the west and the shadow of the train was making the details of the near fields more difficult to see. There was more pasture in among the crop now too and Saylie noted that there were separate herds of black or white cows in some of those pastures. Darkness came as the train was pulling into Morphelstone and she realised that she couldn't see the colour of the buildings.( Collapse )
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