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Come on Gramps you old steam train Yelled a voiceCalm down you rat-bag Im old you know replied another from within the brush A head popped out slightly wind-beaten and worn where ya to he asked There was a small rustling to the right of him Not tellin the voice yelled again I got better hearin than you may think me laddy I know where yer too Danny said the old man sneakily as he gently eased himself from some brambles There was a short silence of anticipation until finally a small boy of around 7 years old came darting out of the bushes ha ha but you still cant catch meYer right there muttered the old man to himself You dont half wear me out I tell ya When are we going to your den Granddad asked Danny with the same tone as the last few times Were nearly there replied the Grandfather Wheres JessI dunno probably in the river againOh bugger your Grandma int gonna be best pleased Im thinking The Granddad then put his fingers to his mouth and let out a high-amplified whistle The two of them stood still awaiting some kind of movement Quickly their eyes flew right to see a light brown lurcher sprint towards them with a look of desperation in her face Come on girl Yelled Granddad He cuddled the dog for a long time trying to slow them down from getting to the den Come on Granddad or we wont ever get there in timeYeah just just a bit of arthritis kickin in Come on then They began walking for a short time until they came across a field that squeezed between huge woodland and a large trading estate hidden behind new-planted trees and a 10-foot fence Danny if you look just around the corner here you might spot a small opening down the bottom Ah wicked Is that where your den is and without waiting
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