By Kathleen Culligan Techler
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Drew rolled his eyes in irritation. Ignoring Marya he said, “Uncle Walt, I’ll be upstairs for about an hour. ” When he’d gone up, Marya said, “Walter, I’ll go and get some of my dad’s books now. It won’t take too long. ” She grinned. “Take my golf cart,” he urged. ” “No, he said he’d be home for an hour. ” Well, all right. I’ve never driven one before, though. “You just turn the key to ‘on’ and step on the foot pedal. Oh, and the brakes don’t work too good. ” At Marya’s questioning look Walter chuckled.
She passed two houses that were unoccupied, both with storm shutters closed. At last she came to a house with a threewheeler outside. Probably the three-wheeler, she thought wryly. She climbed the steps and knocked at the door, which was answered by a thin elderly woman. ” The woman said. ” BARRIERS Kathleen Culligan Techler 52 “Oh, dear, I wish my son were here! He just went to the beach with the children. There’s a shovel under the house, dear. ” Marya found the shovel leaning against a piling, and trudged back to the golf cart.
From a cloudless sky the sun shown down relentlessly. She looked forward to a shower. Or maybe she’d swim first. It had been a BARRIERS Kathleen Culligan Techler 57 tiring day. At the condo she slowly climbed the stairs, then stopped short. The door was open about an inch. Surely she’d locked it? Could she have forgotten? Cautiously she pushed it open. ” she called. But no one answered. ” she yelled, suddenly afraid. Since that purse-snatching episode, she’d felt vulnerable. But not on the island.
Barriers by Kathleen Culligan Techler