Come with us and we'll always be happy," shouted the one hundred and more boys in the wagon, all together.
Pinocchio mounted and the wagon started on its way.
The donkeys galloped, the wagon rolled on smoothly, the boys slept (Lamp-Wick snored like a dormouse) and the little, fat driver sang sleepily between his teeth.
With him were two wagons laden with goods, which he was transporting to Pretoria.
Now he sprang up, huddling on his clothes and as he did so calling to the Kaffirs who slept beneath the wagons.
The ordinary mode of transportation in these great inland expeditions of the fur traders is on mules and pack-horses; but Captain Bonneville substituted wagons.
The wagons, also, would be more easily defended, and might form a kind of fortification in case of attack in the open prairies.
It meant more strange men who handled baggage, as it meant in New York, where, from railroad baggage-room to express wagon
he was exchanged, for ever a crated prisoner and dispatched to one, Harris Collins, on Long Island.
Indeed, he went so fast that Aunt Em had hard work to catch her breath, and Uncle Henry held fast to the seat of the red wagon.
They now bade good-bye to the Professor, and thanking him for his kind reception mounted again into the red wagon and continued their journey.
Say, how'd they look hooked up to that wagon of ourn?
Just hitch 'em up to our wagon in your mind an' look at the outfit.
The seed deal was arranged, and Martin made the trip six times back and forth, for the wagon could hold only fifty bushels.
Wade who helped put in the crop, borrowing a plow, harrow, and extra team, and repaying the loan with the use of their own horses and wagon.
As often happens, the horses of a convoy wagon
became restive at the end of the bridge, and the whole crowd had to wait.