Finally, the lime-burner fixes his fires for the night, rolls himself up in his blanket, and goes to sleep.
"The man's head is turned," muttered the lime-burner to himself.
The little hut of the lime-burner was beyond in a hollow, and behind that again was a lean-to, like a small shed or stable.
It was the same slow, heavy laugh, that had almost appalled the lime-burner when it heralded the wayfarer's approach.
On the way to his house he met Duclosse the mealman and Garotte the lime-burner.
"Well, 'tis true we're getting off to France," said the lime-burner.
Though they have returned tailor and lime-burner as their occupations, the original occupation was undoubtedly leather-work.