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Nothing more—but all the evening, while they played at cooncan, which they detested and kept returning to, and all the next day, while part of his brain was busy in the office, he was absorbed in thinking: "The kiddy. needs to go back to plain grub and cold swims, and a belief in somebody." As he was going home he meditated: "Why, by golly, that's what I need too! Think of Bill Packard wanting to do the primitive, like a fifty-dollar-a-season renter on the Cape! . . . Gee! Wonder if Beulah will want to go back now ! Well, I guess I'll have to make her." When he entered the apartment she was again standing listlessly by the window. He blurted: "Honey, we're going back to the Cape; and we're going to live in a shack, and swim, and eat every dern thing that's good for us—except maybe beans. . . . We'll stay there four or five months, and then we may turn farmers and stay for good. How does that sound to you? Pretty good, eh? Pretty fine?" "Oh, I — Oh, I don't know! . . . I don't think I care to go back now." "Sure you do, old honey! You'll feel fine after you've got a little tan on. Come on; let's start to plan our packing. Where's my big old trunk? In the basement?" "No, no; really, Billy! I'm sorry, but I couldn't go now. I hate the city, but I'd hate the shore or the country worse. I—I haven't any prophet now that'll guide me. Perhaps you don't understand what I mean, though." " Yump; I understand. I'm going to be our household prophet from now on, and I'm giving a lecture on How to Take Life Easy this evening. Come on; we'll look up that trunk." He picked her up from the chair and replied to her indignant "Well, really!" with a kiss. When sundown turned the low-tide flats into plates of polished copper two children in scanty bathing suits—two brown, deepbreathing, bright-eyed children—dug for clams and skipped across the flats—Tack and and Beulah. "We'll have that chicken to-night," he said. "I'm hungry." 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