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The crew were dark, wiry fellows with black beards and hair. They had no clothes except a tunic from waist to knee, and round caps with knobs on the top. They were very busy, and what they were doing was so interesting to the children that at first they did not even wonder where the Amulet had brought them. And the crew seemed too busy to notice the children. They were fastening rush baskets to a long rope with a great piece of cork at the end, and in each basket they put mussels or little frogs. Then they cast out the rope, the baskets sank, but the cork floated. And all about on the blue water were other boats and all the crews of all the boats were busy with ropes and baskets and frogs and mussels. Whatever are you doing Jane suddenly asked a man who had rather more clothes than the others, and seemed to be a sort of captain or overseer. He started and stared at her, but he had seen too many strange lands to be very much surprised at these queerly dressed stowaways. Setting lines for the dye shell fish, he said shortly. How did you get here A sort of magic, said Robert carelessly. The Captain fingered an Amulet that hung round his neck. What is this place asked Cyril. Tyre, of course, said the man. Then he drew back and spoke in a low voice to one of the sailors. Now we shall know about your precious cream jug fish, said Cyril. But we never SAID come to Tyre, said Jane. The Amulet heard us talking, I expect. I think it s MOST obliging of it, said Anthea. And the Amulet s here too, said Robert. We ought to be able to find it in a little ship like this. I wonder which of them s got it.ea and though not nearly so much was said about it afterwards as there was about the stuffed things, I think myself it was just as bad, though it was a good idea, too. He just got the hose and put the end over a branch of the cedar tree. Then we got the steps they clean windows with, and let the hose rest on the top of the steps and run. It was to be a waterfall, but it ran between the steps and was only wet and messy so we got Father s mackintosh and uncle s and covered the steps with them, so that the water ran down all right and was glorious, and it ran away in a stream across the grass where we had dug a little channel for it and the otter and are face masks protect u the duck bill thing were as if in their native haunts. I hope all this is not very dull to read about. I know it was jolly good fun to do. Taking one thing with another, I don t know that we ever had a better time while it lasted. We got all are face masks protect u the rabbits out of the hutches and put pink paper tails on to them, and hunted them with horns made out of The Times. They got away somehow, and before they were caught next day they had eaten a good many lettuces and other things. Oswald is very sorry for this. He rather likes the gardener. Denny wanted to put paper tails on the guinea pigs, and it was no use our telling him there was nothing to tie the paper on to. He thought we were kidding until we showed him, and then he said, Well, never mind , and got the girls to give him bits of the blue stuff left over from their dressing gowns. I ll make them sashes to tie round their little middles, he said. And he did, and the bows stuck up on the tops of their backs. One of the guinea pigs was never seen again, and the same with the tortoise when we had done his shell with vermilion paint. He crawled away and returned no more. Perhaps someone collected him and thought he was are face masks protect u an expensive kind unknown in these cold latitudes. The lawn under are face masks protect u the cedar was transformed into a dream of beauty, what with the stuffed creatures and the paper tailed things and the waterfall. And Alice said I wish the tigers did not look so flat. 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But he gave our tramp a sovereign, and the Pig man says he went to sleep on it for a solid week. CHAPTER 12. THE CANTERBURY PILGRIMS The author of these few lines really does hope to goodness that no one will be such an owl as to think from the number of things we did when we were in the country, that we were wretched, neglected little children, whose grown up relations sparkled in the bright haunts of pleasure, and whirled in the giddy what s its name of fashion, while we were left to weep forsaken at home. It was nothing of the kind, and I wish you to know that my father was with us a good deal and Albert s uncle who is really no uncle of ours, but only of Albert next door when we lived in Lewisham gave up a good many of his valuable hours to us. And the father of Denny Dog Canine Double Test Parvovirus (CPV) Coronavirus (CCV) Kit and Daisy came now and then, and other people, quite as many as we wished to see. 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