This is now the 19th chapter of “Of Wind and Wings”. See the table of contents here.
“What’s it like here in the winter?”
Mr. Brown looked up from a book. “What? Winter? Are you thinking of moving here for good? You’ve been here for a while and was wondering when you’d say you were staying.”
It was raining outside. More than raining. The wind screamed across the moor driving the rain almost horizontal. Since exploring the vicinity was out of the question, Ed had decided to take Mr. Brown up on his offer to help him with his research.
“No, not yet at least. My boss is letting me do a couple of hours a work a night so I can extend this little vacation. And I haven’t had a vacation, uhm, what you would call a ‘holiday’, in years and so have weeks of earned time saved up.”
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