By Holger Petersen
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The 62 house is still there, a quarter-mile back along a dirt road so rutted that the bottoms are lost in the shade. ” “I don’t know,” Neil says. He fears the chain across the rut road, fears anything that does not adhere to strict observance of the law. “Come on,” David says. ” Neil shrugs. He gets out slowly and follows his son, looking left and right as he passes to the other side of the road, the first highway he has walked across in two years. He looks again to see if they’re being watched as they disappear into the weeds, following the trail to the house.
I expect Garner’s can fix it. I know they replace windshields,” she tells David, then gives him directions: down to Route 56, then half a mile toward Richmond, on the right. ” she asks. He shakes his head. 56 “We’ve got to get you reacquainted with your old hometown. ” She frowns, biting her lower lip. “Of course, all of it isn’t good. ” She goes on to tell them, her voice rising, about the “bane of my existence,” the source of the piledriver that woke them both and the stripped earth they noticed the day before.
They’d had straight, missionary-style sex just three times in the past month. Now, in the tenth week of his unemployment, after getting maybe-laters and nothing-nows from half the newspapers with Washington bureaus, he is starting to suspect that he has drifted into the land of Wrong and must be punished. David wonders how much of it is Carly and how much is him accepting his status. He remembers how it was when he was a kid, and he’d have a B on his report card when it should have been an A, or he’d want to go outside and play before he had done his homework or some chore.