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Directory of Mark Twain's maxims, quotations, and various opinions:

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HAYRIDE

 

Riding aloft on a mountain of fragrant hay. This is the earliest form of the human pleasure excursion, and for utter joy and perfect contentment it stands alone in a man's threescore years and ten; all that come after it have flaws, but this has none.
- "Down the Rhone"

 

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