Trip to Nowhere

Sadly my days as an assistant treeman and landscaper have come to a quick end. The job was ideal, being hard work, but with plenty of time between customers to research my book, 100 Hidden Talents. What I hadn’t realised for the first few days is that the father and son are travellers, and that some of the time we’d be erecting fences. They offer a good service, have plenty of regular customers, and paid me daily. They bought me breakfast and lunch every day. But they are protective, and when one morning I asked where we were going that day, I was ejected from the truck for asking too many questions. At least we hadn’t gone too far and I could walk back home carrying my chainsaw!

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