By Florence Page Jacques
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We enjoyed this entertaining in a cave! After our refreshments had vanished, our guests did too, and we climbed down and explored the hill east of the swamp, till a red squirrel, singing a real little melody up in a tree, saw us and began to scold instead. Really, the animals are as stern with us as they were with Alice in Wonderland. We ruefully made our way back to the beach. I sat down on the sand and thought delightedly of being reprimanded by a squirrel. I began to realize that one of the deepest joys of this vacation, which I had scarcely been conscious of, is the nature of our social 50 contacts.
They'd be proud of themselves, too, for being all worn out. I disliked them heartily. But at least their dam stopped our expedition. When we had dragged ourselves back to the luggage and embarked again, Lee was not long in finding a place to camp. He indicated a rocky point. " But I felt supremely indifferent to moose, and it was a very small point. The next possible place, a jack pine wood, I refused too; it was too closely overgrown. The third discovery was a bare rock slope with a little thicket, and black forest beyond.
Lee teases me, and I know it's foolish, that the wolves can swim if they're really hungry, that they only get ravenous in winter, 45 and that even in winter it is extremely doubtful that they ever attack man. But still Mrs. Morse's words reverberate in the air. And after all, why not camp on islands? They're much more interesting than mainlands, which run on and on in an aimless sort of way. Each island we meet has an individuality of its own, serene or careless or aloof. We saw an innocently wanton one clad in nothing but two daisy plants.