The Cave by Ernest Douglas Hall

The Cave

byErnest Douglas Hall

Kobo ebook | December 14, 2013

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They travelled along the road Ben keeping an eye on the millage he was looking at the map but he knew that it would be late in the afternoon the next day before they would be anywhere near their destinations end. Then it got late and Ben could see that Linda was yawning he said. ‘Ok David Linda, come with me.’
And he led them into the room at the back then to another room beyond that and he led them into a room with buck beds along both sides of the van there was three bucks on each side and Ben said. ‘Just pick the bunk you want and for you Linda you can spend all night there but you David only until it’s your turn to drive.’
‘That’s fine thank you very much.’
Then David said to Linda. ‘Look at this pet even a sink to wash your pretty little face.’
‘And your grubby face too my sweet.’
They slept on and off until daylight came and they pulled into a lay-by to let Linda go to work with breakfast. Then after breakfast they were on their way again. It was just starting to get dark when David who had been watching the mileage said to Ben.
‘Ben I think we had better keep a sharp eye out for the stone marker signs, I have estimated that we should be around the 15 kilometres about now so get Sam to slow down to a walking pace and then every one keep your eyes on the grass verge along the side of the road.’
After ten minutes David said to Ben. ‘Ben do you think we should call it a day and hold up in the next lay-by I don’t know about you but my sight is getting out of focus with the light going.’
Ben was just about to say something when Sam shouted. ‘Look there’s a marker.’ And he pulled the van to a stop. Both Ben and David jumped down from the van and looked hard at the marker. Then Ben said. ‘What now David do we go on tonight or do we wait until morning I mean the light has just about gone and finding the marker in the dark might prove to be useless.’ David then said. ‘Well there is a way we can find the 16 marker, if we take a reading of or mileage then watch the clock until it goes 1000 kilometres then we get out of the van and do a search on foot we should find the marker.’
‘Ok David lets give it a try I would love to find it tonight then get an early start in the morning.’
This they did and when Sam pulled the van to a stop Ben jumped down and could not believe his eyes not three feet from his foot stood the marker.

Title:The CaveFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 14, 2013Publisher:ERNEST DOUGLAS HALLLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1310124655

ISBN - 13:9781310124655

Appropriate for ages: All ages

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