Regardless of his bare feet and the outfit completely inappropriate for leaving the house, he wanted to run in the direction of the gate, but the aunt who knew literally every piece of the garden he had dug up stood suddenly in front of him. In the dragon he began to run away in the exact opposite direction to the monster that had grown up in front of him, but he quickly faced the impassable barrier of the allotment fence. The instinct drove him towards an apple tree that was growing close to the fence. Dariusz Kotek, saving his miserable life, bounced off the ground like a hare, like a monkey he grabbed the branches with both hands and like a cat he quickly added both legs to the handle. He simply ran out of time to do anything else, or at least a little sensible. Aunt Alina was just below him. The cat stuck her whole body to the branch, closing her eyes and waiting for a blow, but this one...
- O dear mother! All right, Mrs Alinko?
Aunt Alina, with her teeth still bent, looked in the direction of the fence. At the sight of the mortally terrified old lady in mud-filled corduroy and a navy blue sweater, she immediately froze. She thought so intensely that it was almost audible.
- Y...es, everything was fine, professor... - she finally managed to do it. - He dreamed of a fool.... a swing on an apple tree and.... you can see for yourself... he checks if the branch will withstand.
Dariusz Kotek sensed his moment. If there was any chance for collaboration, it is now. He jumped gracefully from the tree and smiled sweetly.
- Hahahaha... I'm very sorry that I scared the professor - he was exhausted. - That's our crazy thought. Hehehehe....
Professor did not seem to be convinced, but the whole situation seemed so abstract that even such a vigorous mind as his was not able to draw any constructive conclusions from it.