"...but not in the city. There's a shower out by the city limit sign, you see."
One where the "he, she, it" form ends in -ik.
-ik verbs have a slightly different set of endings from other verbs -- such as having -om in the "I" form for an indefinite or no object, whereas -om with other verbs is only used with a definite object.
-ik verbs are often (but not always) intransitive.
-ik verbs may be the reason that Hungarian dictionaries use the "he, she, it" form of a verb as the dictionary form, not the infinitive -- because the infinitive does not show you whether a verb is an -ik verb or not.