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“Ten Miles To A Garage” by Cassius Marcellus Coolidge

Ten Miles To A Garage

Ten Miles To A Garage

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A family of dogs is on their way to a summer picnic (perhaps celebrating the 4th of July) when they experience car trouble on a lonely stretch of country road. They are probably in rural New York, as that is the state of the car’s license plate. The young pups frolic about the car wearing bonnets and carrying baskets of food, while most of the older dogs try to repair the automobile. In typical fashion though, only one dog has crawled under the car and is actually working with tools, while three others sit idly by. One is even laying under the car, relaxing in its shade. All the adult dogs also took advantage of the unscheduled stop to enjoy a cigarette.

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