Dick and Dorothy had recently moved to a farm on a hillside, and were delighted to find, on the very top of the hill, a small summer house in which they could play. From this little summer house one could look out over the whole world below, or so it seemed, and in the near distance were fields of corn and a stretch of pasture land where a white horse grazed contentedly.
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