“Well,” remarked Bob, when the supper was over, and they were on their way back to the bungalow, “I suppose we’ll soon have to think of getting back east, and beginning school. They must have the pipes and boiler fixed by now.”
“Don’t think of it,” begged Ned. “It’s too awful. I’d like to go on another long cruise in the Ripper.”
“Well, I don’t know that we can do that,” said Jerry, “but I certainly hope we have more adventures soon.” How his wish was gratified will be told in another volume of this series, to be entitled, “The Motor Boys in the Clouds; Or, A Trip for Fame and Fortune.” In that book we shall meet many of our old friends again, and learn something more of a venture in which the motor boys were already interested.
“Boys, this has been an interesting trip for me,” said Professor Snodgrass. “I have the two horned toads, seven web-footed lizards, and over fifty other valuable specimens to take back with me. I would not have missed this trip for a great deal.”
“So say we all of us!” cried Jerry.
“Let us go out for another trip in the motor boat to-morrow,” said Ned. “I mean a short trip.”
“Take us along!” pleaded the girls in concert.
“Sure thing!” answered the boys.
And they went out— and had a glorious time— and here we shall have to say farewell.
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