Breathing Space Only by Wynne WHITEFORD

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It's all right, Roy. " He opened the boot of the Torana and stowed away the generator and the lamp. Roy waved to him and went on his way to his truck. Two of the others crowded into the cabin with him, and another rode in the back. He waited to let Max Lang drive off, and in a minute the red car had almost vanished along the dusty road ahead. " said the youth sitting next to Roy. "Could have been almost anyone," said Roy. "I don't know about that," said the chunky man sitting on the far seat.

He looked once at the gauge, which now had its needle right on zero, then he did not look at it again, but kept his attention on the water ahead, looking for a possible landing place at either side. There was none. He passed over the site of Old Adaminaby, the town which had been submerged when the lake had filled with water after the completion of the dam, back in the mid-twentieth century. In a couple of places, old roads ran down into the water. Ceasing to serve any purpose as roads, they had later been used as launching ramps for boats.

He looked once at the gauge, which now had its needle right on zero, then he did not look at it again, but kept his attention on the water ahead, looking for a possible landing place at either side. There was none. He passed over the site of Old Adaminaby, the town which had been submerged when the lake had filled with water after the completion of the dam, back in the mid-twentieth century. In a couple of places, old roads ran down into the water. Ceasing to serve any purpose as roads, they had later been used as launching ramps for boats.

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