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I dare you to climb up there and walk the ridgepole of Mr.
Next we come to the Hump, which is the part of the Broad Walk where all the big races are run, and even though you had no intention of running you do run when you come to the Hump, it is such a fascinating, slide-down kind of place.
A band played and small boys raced along the side- walk, diving between the legs of men.
By a merciful miracle he was out taking his walk when the newspaper men began to infest the place to-day, but that might not happen another time.
Some are gone to the ponds, and some to the lime walk.
When sometimes I am reminded that the mechanics and shopkeepers stay in their shops not only all the forenoon, but all the afternoon too, sitting with crossed legs, so many of them--as if the legs were made to sit upon, and not to stand or walk upon--I think that they deserve some credit for not having all committed suicide long ago.
The woods and walks thickly covered with dead leaves.
It was the long walk outside the gardens with the walls round them.
As none of the before-mentioned ladies and gentlemen ever noticed me, it was disagreeable to walk beside them, as if listening to what they said, or wishing to be thought one of them, while they talked over me, or across; and if their eyes, in speaking, chanced to fall on me, it seemed as if they looked on vacancy--as if they either did not see me, or were very desirous to make it appear so.
They meet affectionately, avoid lingering there, and walk towards the upper inland country.
The walk to the beach was no inconsiderable one, consisting as it did of a long, sandy path, upon which a sporadic and tangled growth that bordered it on either side made frequent and unexpected inroads.
Why, it could go round and walk on the top of its tail, and along its back, all the way to its head