英翻中 “I think old Suse..

英翻中 “I think old Suse must have got some sort of examples from these geysers. I just throwed her in back of the car, on top of the bed clothes, pointing back behind where the girls was setting. All at once, several hours later, without no warning, she just erupted. There’s something eruptious in the... 顯示更多 英翻中

“I think old Suse must have got some sort of examples from these geysers. I just throwed her in back of the car, on top of the bed clothes, pointing back behind where the girls was setting. All at once, several hours later, without no warning, she just erupted. There’s something eruptious in the air up here I guess.”

“And they do the funniest things,” nodded Maw. “I was saying I thought this park wasn’t practical, but some ways I believe it is. For instance, they told me about how when they was making the new road from the Lake Hotel over to the Canyon the engineer run the line in the winter time, and it run right over on top a grave, where a man was buried. There was a headstone there, but the snow was so deep the engineer didn’t see it. Come spring, the road crew graded the road right through, grave and all. When the superintendent heard of that he come down and complained about it.

“‘Now,’ says he, ‘you’ve gone built that expensive road right over that feller, and we’ve got to take him up and move him.’ There was an Irish foreman that had run the road crew, and he reasons thoughtful for a while, and then he says to the superintendent, says he: ‘Why can’t we just move the headstone and leave him where he’s at?’ So they done that, and everybody is perfectly contented, his widow and all. What I don’t see is why don’t the yellow cars stop there and point out that for a point of interest? But they don’t. I believe I’ll speak to the superintendent about that.”
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