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But all too soon the argans came to an end, and we saw this phenomenon of Morocco no more.
Still we rode on for several hours, past Sheikh Boujiman Ben Hamed's white house, while the sun blazed on the bare path, and the argans stood too far apart to cast consecutive shade.
Among the argans, little oxen were ploughing the red rich soil of the vale through which we rode; it was watered by a brook, and real hedges of pomegranate, out in brilliant flower, divided the fields.
The more space between your skin and your argans and bones there is the more energy you can absorb.