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We Are Never Alone
The car wound up and up the mountain to Big Fawn Lake. At last Holly and David could see the rustic old cabin at the end of the road. They were going to spend a week there with their mother, and Dad would be coming up for the weekend.
They were looking forward to hiking and swimming. In the evening Holly loved to watch the deer. She could see them grazing and running through the hills on every side. And what David looked forward to was climbing trees and sliding down a hill on a cardboard box.
When they arrived, Mother decided the cabin needed to be cleaned. The children helped her build a fire in the big black cook stove so she could heat water for cleaning. Soon the place became very hot. Mother opened all the windows, and then she decided to open a trapdoor in the floor, which led to the basement. This would create a cooling draft.
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