They are going to the wild! After a long and exciting journey they finally reach their last stop — Cherry-Woods. On their first day at the farm the children make friends with all the animals.
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They explore everywhere, watching the cows being milked, and helping to feed the orphaned lambs. It is on their second night on the farm that we get our first glimpse of the character that the rest of the story will be woven around — Tammylan the wild man. Uncle Tim tells the children that Tammylan lives wild in the fields and knows everything about animals worth knowing. The children are tantalized at the first mention of Tammylan and at the end of Chapter III they make up their minds to go hunting for him as soon as they possibly can.
A few days after that night the older children decide to look for Tammylan. Setting off with their lunch, leaving Penny behind, they search for the wild man. Penny feels quite sorry for herself and decides to set out all alone, without telling anybody, to find the others. Soon she becomes hungry, tired, and worst of all lost and tries to climb a tree to get a view over the whole countryside and find out where the others are. Being a town girl who has never climbed a tree in her life she finds herself hanging in mid-air when the branch she has been standing on breaks!
She gives a loud scream but suddenly hears a voice beneath her. I will catch you.
You will be quite safe. The man carries her through the bracken and heather then he asks why she came so far all alone. Meanwhile, the others are searching for Penny after hearing her scream.
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They track her down to the cave where she is and plan to run in like Red Indians and rescue her. The result is quite funny.
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