It was an outdoor picnic then, with pecks and bushels dispatched at sawhorse tables.
He stumbled over a sawhorse and his guide turned upon him with a quick admonition to be more careful.
Unharness the sawhorse, somebody; my fingers are too clumsy.
"This will be a good place to camp," said the Wizard, as the sawhorse stopped for further instructions.
"You ought to break yourself of the habit," said the sawhorse.
Little Evring preferred to ride with Dorothy upon the sawhorse, which had a long back.
And underneath his sawhorse there was a little pile of sawdust.
"I quite agree with you," replied the sawhorse, in a rough but not unpleasant voice.
He's a sawhorse—he's as heavy in th' head as a bag of salt; he'll never do no good to nobody.
"We'll see about that," replied the King, and at once he waved his hand toward the sawhorse and muttered a magical word.