There's Eftihia. She was the only woman at that time wearing pants, but the idea of wearing a dress for doing the back-breaking manual labor that was expected of the woman, seems ludicrous.
She's walking past Miti's house. The roads were not paved yet. There was no running water in the houses yet. There were no street lights so when nighttime came and we walked back from the town square, the darkness was so black, unless there was a moon. But if there wasn't, then the stars were spectacular and you could see them and their different degrees of light and sizes -- only the way such a sight can be seen far from city lights.
The family house is to the right, just past those two trees and back a little bit.
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