“days spent among the trees”

And he could remember days spent among the trees, learning the pathways between them, the shapes of their limbs and their leaves, and the nature of the wood they yielded; hard or soft; straight or knotted; fit to make floorboards or joists, fine furniture or delicate inlay.

Aus: Felicity Hayes-McCoy: The library at the edge of the world. Hachette Ireland 2016 (Finfarran Peninsula, 1), S. 197

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