Malone peered out and saw a nice selection of sawhorses piled up in the road, guarded by two men with guns.
Then he removed the sawhorses, got back in his car, reloaded the .44, put it back in his holster and drove on.
They sat on sawhorses, which Bunker Blue got from the village carpenter shop.
There were, several of them, lying around on the benches and sawhorses that seemed to fill the place.
They were makeshift affairs, however, consisting of a couple of sawhorses with a plank thrown across.
When the sawhorses were completed, Orde directed the picks and shovels to be brought up.