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  • The Summer Carnival in Starogorsk XXXIII

  • Yurka said, “So come on, Jeremy, tell us everything to the end for Vaska’s sake.” Something crackled inside Jeremy, like TV static.
  • We were waiting.
  • “Well then,” he said.
    • “But it’s your own responsibility.
  • It should be metal powder, metal filings.
    • “Movement” means that you need to take metal filings from a wheel.” “Is it possible to take it from the wheel of train carriage?” I asked.
    • “Quite possibly,” Jeremy agreed.
  • “So ”Flight” means that we need metal filings from an airplane?” Yanka exclaimed.
    • “Well, I guess that’s true,” Jeremy agreed again.
  • “But where can we get a plane?” Gleb asked wonderingly.
    • “In the park,” Yurka answered. Indeed!
  • In the city park, a four-engine airplane of the last century stood on a special platform.
  • Inside the plane was a small children’s cinema.
  • Climbing under its wing and grinding some powder from its duralumin rivet was not so difficult.
  • “But what about “Stability”, Jeremy?” Yurka asked with displeasure.
  • “I swear by all my transistors, I don’t know.
  • Shishkin explained to me, but I did not understand.” Gleb scratched behind his ear with his glasses, “Actually, if you think logically, wheels and wings are symbols of movement in two elements.
  • On earth and in the sky.
  • So, we need a third element - Water.” “Do we need a ship to grind or something?” Yurka asked.
  • “Not a ship, but probably its anchor.
  • An anchor has always been a symbol of stability.
  • The safety of a ship depends on its anchor,” Gleb said.
  • “It was not I who told you, it was you who guessed it,” Jeremy said warily.
  • “We guessed it, don’t worry,” Gleb laughed.
  • “But where do we get an anchor, lads?” But I already knew where. I remembered!
  • “There is an anchor!” I exclaimed.
  • “Where?” Yanka said joyfully.
  • “In the warehouse of Christmas decorations!” Everyone, even Jeremy, looked at me as if I were crazy.
  • Yurka spat and said, “We are talking about serious things, and you, Penny, with your silly humor ...
  • Yanka, let’s go on the bullet train to your Primorsk city.
  • It’ll take no more than a day to go there and back.
  • There are as many anchors as you want at various monuments.
  • Will your parents let you go?
  • ” ”Now you say this, Yurka!
  • ’Yanka, let’s go!’ And you called me Penny again,” I thought.
  • I almost cried with what I was feeling but managed to contain myself.
  • It was easy for Jeremy with his eyes, which were always dry, and his nerves, which were made of nickel.
  • But, I was only human, after all!
  • Without saying a word, I jumped out of the carriage and walked through the grass.
  • They shouted after me, “Helka, what are you doing?
  • Don’t take it badly!
  • Helka, come back!
    • ” But I kept my walking ....
  • To be continued...

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