Uncle Larry sat down beneath a pretty apple tree, waiting for his assistant. As he was fed-up, he picked a red apple from the tree, and took a bite of apple. At that point the fourth marker was removed, and Mr. Assistant showed up.
The assistant patted Uncle Larry on the shoulder, and said,"You are a promising Uncle! What was the name of the story?"
Minutes later, they crammed a red apple and the tank into the basket, and left the apple orchard for the next marker. They went straight until they reached a marvelous road; the maples lined both sides of the road, and the pathway was buried beneath the golden coins and reddish-purple sumac.
Mr. Assistant pointed at a phone booth standing at the corner of the street, "Oh Look, a telephone booth is over there! I bet that it's out of order." Suddenly the telephone began ringing. Uncle Larry said, "Can you answer it for me?"
The assistant's cheeks glowed with embarrassment. Uncle Larry added," The booth is locked, though."
Uncle Larry replied, smirking,"Not every flower can say love, but the rose did." He looked his assistant in the eye, "Mr. Assistant, Not every coin can fit this telephone, but Parmis's coin!"
Uncle Larry blinked at him, "It's no trouble at all, on the contrary, it's very easy.!"
Uncle Larry went off, he stood in middle of the street and stared at the coins. Mr. Assistant stared at him, too.
First Uncle Larry sneezed loudly, "Achoo!" after that he shouted, "Yalla Sekeha, biyaid too delam" (= Golden coins, Come on, come into my stomach!) Then he kept opening his mouth as if he wanted to eat something.
They went back to the booth. Uncle Larry dropped the coin into the slot. As he tried to dial the phone number, the door of the coin box flew open, and a paint brush as his birthday present fell out.
The fifth marker wasn't any more. Uncle Larry took a deep breath, he was very happy that everything turned out all right.
A north wind began blowing, and a sumac storm arose. Uncle Larry walked fast up the road. Mr. Assistant dropped the coin into his basket and followed him.