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LL round the shores of the island moorland and among great ledges of A?
where I dwell there runs a wind- rock, where you may walk for hours ing path which is probably as old as out of sight of all but some sportsman the settlement of the country, and with his gun, or some truant-boy with which has been kept open with perti- dripping water-lilies. There is always nacious fidelity by the fishermen whose a charm to me in the inexplicable windright of way it represents.
In some ings of these wayward tracks ; yet I places, as between Fort Adams and like the path best where it is nearest Castle Hill, it exists in its primitive the ocean, where one only looks upon form, as an irregular track above rough blue sea and snowy sails and floating cliffs, whence you look down upon the gulls, but where one hears on the landentrance to the harbor and watch the ward side the melodious and plainwhite-sailed schooners that glide be- tive drawl of the meadow-lark, most neath. Elsewhere the high-road has patient of summer visitors, and, inusurped its place, and you have the deed, lingering on this island almost privilege of the path without its charm. the whole year round. Along our eastern cliffs it runs for But who cares whither a footpath more than two miles in the rear of leads? The charm is in the path itself, beautiful estates, whose owners have its promise of something that the highseized on it, and graded it, and gravelled road cannot yield. Away from habitait, and made stiles for it, and done for tions, you know that the fisherman, the it everything that landscape.gardening geologist, the botanist have been there, could do, while leaving it a footpath or that the cows have been driven still. You walk there with croquet and home and that somewhere there are roses on the one side, and with Aoat- bars and a milk-pail. Even in the ing loons and wild ducks on the other. midst of houses, the path suggests In other places the path grows wilder, school-children with their luncheonand has ramifications striking boldly baskets, or workmen seeking eagerly across the peninsula through rough the noonday interval or the twilight
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