"This is was not the way it was done, " said the islanders.
Leonardo was the name of one of those who argued that the stones had walked in an upright position. It sounded so meaningless that I would long since have forgotten the episode had I not written it down in my own book on the expedition at the time.
"But, Leonardo," I said, "how could they walk when they had only heads and bodies and no legs?"
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