Me and you might go out in the hayloft like, or sleep on the pyazzer if the nights is warm.
"A Pessimist" by Robert Timsol
The male harvesters were told off to sleep in a large hayloft, the beds being arranged all along the side, like barracks.
"The Story of John G. Paton" by James Paton
This story of the chapel is used as a hayloft.
"Byzantine Churches in Constantinople" by Alexander Van Millingen
Whenever he exhausted one hayloft, he moved his home to another.
"A Mountain Boyhood" by Joe Mills
I shall be sorry when the spacious hayloft becomes silent.
"Under the Maples" by John Burroughs
They wanted to look stylish and as though they had just come from town instead of sleeping in a hayloft all night.
"Betty Gordon in the Land of Oil" by Alice B. Emerson
Three nights we camped, one we slept in a hayloft, and one in the cabin of a barge.
"The Wolf Patrol" by John Finnemore
He bane asleep up in the hayloft now.
"The Adventures of the Eleven Cuff-Buttons" by James Francis Thierry
Just think, one day last year, he bit the odd man in the nose as he lay sleeping one afternoon in the hayloft.
"The Old Willow Tree and Other Stories" by Carl Ewald
A servant had stolen it and hidden it in a hayloft.
"Stories Pictures Tell" by Flora L. Carpenter
One halcyon week they fished his creek,
And watched him do the chores,
In haylofts hid, and, shouting, slid
Down sloping cellar doors:--
Because this life to bliss was equal
The more distressing is the sequel.
"How The Babes In The Wood Showed They Couldn't Be Beaten" by Guy Wetmore Carryl