should n't. Captain Lewis, on the ferry, always watches over every one on board with a fatherly sort of eye, and Wecanicut itself is a perfectly safe, mild place, without any quicksands or tigers or anything that Mother would object to.
"I tell you what," Jerry said, "let's make it a real adventure and take some costumes along. We never had any proper ones there before."
I thought this was a rather good idea, and after breakfast we went up to select things that would n't be too bothersome to carry, from the Property Basket.
"Is it to be pirates or smugglers or what?" Greg asked, poking in the corner where he keeps his own special rigs.
"Explorers, my fine fellow," Jerry said, "exploring after a submerged city."
"Oh!" Greg said, evidently changing his ideas.