GEORGIA LISTENS

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Georgia often goes to a nearby town to visit her grandmother. She loves to cuddle up on her grandmother's lap and listen to stories about things her mother did long ago. One day, after Grandma had baked some cookies for Georgia, she told the little girl a true story about a trip that Georgia's mother had taken when she was just about Georgia's age.

Grandma, Mother, Uncle Bill and Uncle Jim, who were still little boys, packed a picnic lunch and drove a long way to the seashore. After driving along a quiet cliff road, hunting for a way to get down to the beach, they finally found a little rough lane leading to the water, and they turned down it. But suddenly the road ended, and the wheels of the car were deep in the dry sand.

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