"And it's splendidier still
to have such a lovely way to go to school, isn't it?"
"It's a lot nicer than going round
by the road; that is so dusty and hot," said Diana practically.
.... The way Anne and Diana went
to school was a pretty one. Anne thought those walks to and from school
with Diana couldn't be improved upon even by imagination. Going around
by the main road would have been so unromantic; but to go by Lover's Lane
and Willowmere and Violet Vale and the Birch Path was romantic, if ever
— Anne of Green Gables XV