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why, flying has become my trade, and ive had a tremendously interesting time.john in common with other americans had heard much about the degenerate french and the decadent latins.but lannes certainly gave the lie to the charge.if he had looked for a simile for him in the animal kingdom he would have compared him with the smooth and sinuous tiger, all grace, and all power.danger was the breath of life to him, and a mile above the earth, with only a delicate frame work holding him in the air he was as easy and confident as one who treads solid land.john unbuckled the strap which had held him in the _arrow_, stepped out and fell full length upon the grass.his knees, stiff from such a long position in one attitude, had given way beneath him.lannes, laughing, climbed out gingerly and began to stretch his muscles.youve something to learn yet about dismounting from your airy steed, he said.youre not hurt, are you? not a bit, replied john, sitting up and rubbing his knees.the grass saved me.ah, now i can stand! and now i can move the rusty hinges that used to be knees! and as sure as you and i live, philip, i can walk too! he flexed and tensed his muscles.it was a strange sight, that of the young american and the young frenchman capering and dancing about in a cleft of the alps, a mile above the valley below.soon they ceased, lay down on the grass and luxuriated.the heavy suits for flying that they had worn over their ordinary clothing kept them warm even at that height.well rest until our nerves relax, said lannes, and then well eat.eat! eat what? what people usually eat.good food.you dont suppose i embark in the ship of the air like the arrow for a long flight without provisioning for it.look at me.john did look and saw him take from that tiny locker in the _arrow_ a small bottle, two tin cups, and two packages, one containing crackers, and the other thin strips of dried beef.here, he said, shaking the bottle, is the light red wine of france.wed both rather have coffee, but its impossible, so well take the wine which is absolutely harmless.well get other good food elsewhere.he put the food on a little mound of turf between them, and they ate with hunger, but reserve.neither, although they were on the point of starvation would show the ways of an animal in the presence of the other.so, their breakfast lasted some time, and john had never known food to taste better.when they finished lannes went back to the locker in the arrow.john, he said, here are more cartridges.reload your automatic, and keep watch, though nothing more formidable than the lammergeyer is ever likely to come here.now, ill sleep.he rolled under the lee of a bank, and in two minutes was sleeping soundly.chapter vi above the storm john had slept well in the arrow, and that fact coupled with his extraordinary situation kept him wideawake.it was true that he had returned from the dizzy heights of the air, but he was still on the dizzy side of a mountain.he stood up and tensed and flexed his muscles until he was sure of his physical self.he remembered the weakness in his knees that had sent him down like a little child, and he was so ashamed of himself that he was resolved it should not happen again.then he walked to the edge of the little valley which in the far distance had looked like a cleft in the side of the mountain.it was rimmed in by a line of stunted pines, and holding to a pine with each hand he looked over.he saw that sheer stone wall which he had beheld first from above when he was in the arrow, and far below was the ripple of silvery white that he knew to be the river.to the north lay rolling hills and green country melting under the horizon, the old europe that men had cultivated for twenty centuries and that was now about to be trodden to pieces by the iron heel of tremendous war.john understood it.it seemed at the moment that his mind expanding to such an extent could comprehend the vastness of it all, the kingdoms and republics, the famous and beautiful old cities, and the millions of men who did not hate one another involved in a huge whirlpool of destruction.and yet, expand as his mind did, it could not fully comprehend the crime of those who had launched such a thunderbolt of death.his eyes turned toward the south.it was perhaps not correct to call that little nest in which the arrow lay a valley.it was a pocket rather, since the cliffs, unscalable by man rose a full half mile above it, and far beyond glimmering faintly in the sunshine he saw the crest of peaks clad in eternal snow.truly his view of the alps was one of which he had never dreamed, and lannes was right in saying that no man had ever before come into that valley or pocket, unless he had taken wings unto himself as they had done.they were secure where they were, except from danger that could come through the air.he took the glasses, an uncommonly powerful pair from the locker and examined every corner of the heavens that he could reach.but he saw none of those ominous, black dots, only little white clouds shot with gold from the morning sun, floating peacefully under the blue arch, and now and then some widewinged bird floating, aslant, from peak to peak
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