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I’m going to leave you your drawer,” she says. ” He nods, more or less. Pecking. A porta-potty sits in a dry spot up behind the trailer—a ladies’ toilet they have, for some reason, with a little triangle-skirted figure on its green door. Did zoning okay that? And how are they going to get a septic in, what with the ground so wet? The trailer is quiet except for the shush-rat-tat of a mop or towel being wrung out into a pail. Shush-rat-tat. Shush-rat-tat. That roof seam must have leaked something terrible.
This was not the growth of a crystal or a protein—some natural process bordering on dance. No, this was manmade inelegance itself. Still, only one worker swore (cussed to make the heavens blush, Hattie’s mother would have said), namely baby-faced Everett, husband of Hattie’s walking-group friend, Ginny. Whom someone had up and volunteered, unchurched though he was, on account of his size; never mind that the poor man was bound to incur more ambivalence than gratitude for his pain. Hattie knew him as a guy who would shovel her out in a storm—a man who’d show up without her asking and refuse to be paid, and a regular snow mason to boot, who over the course of the winter would produce path walls so plumb, you could have checked a spirit level against them.
Anyone but Carter would have simply said hello. ) Carter, though, always did disdain convention; he was like Hattie’s parents that way. You should try a new hat every day, he used to say. Think out of the box. It’s the way every great thing gets made. Modest as they were, the Hatches did focus on achieving things about which to be modest. But, well, who cares now? Who was modest, and about what—Hattie lifts her chin. All that is decades behind her now. Detaching herself, rising above herself—dá guān—Hattie turns her attention to the meeting, which is focused on questions like what can be seen from whose kitchen, and which has a greater effect on property values—one’s view sitting down or one’s view standing up.
Antenna-Radio Propagation Part 4 - Canadian MIL TM