Sarahe Shakespeare Easte

When she was a child Sarahe Shakespeare Easte would spend a good deal of time playing on the gravel and tar hills that could be found in most lay-bys

She admired the rigid structure of these hills and how they did not attract vegetation

Her father ran a burger van not far away and in the evenings they would collect cats-eyes that had been hopelessly injured on previous days

Such was her beauty as a young woman

That motorists often stopped to ask her if she was a super-model

But she thought that her sister was more beautiful and she concentrated fully on engineering during her university days

By the time she was thirty she had designed ten bridges

Each more daring that the other

But she never forgot the gravel and tar hills of her childhood and always incorporated lay-bys and burger vans within her radical designs