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just common thieves who found the place too hot for them, and then bolted."
" You cannot judge by appearances," said Bunny sententiously. " Besides, who killed Carl? " he added, and the subject was dropped for the time being.
They did not discuss the matter any more, as they paddled gently up the river ; and by the time they reached Byron's Pool they were quite hungry. After a lengthy pause, during which they did full justice to the contents of the picnic basket, they decided to go on a little farther.
" Let's go up to the Pool at Granchester," said Bunny, getting up at last. "We haven't been there lately. The raspberries will be out in the old garden, and we might as well go and eat a few of them. They'll be running wild now."
" I always think that the wild ones are much sweeter than the others," said Ajax with a new enthusiasm. "Come on, let's go ! "
And so began one of the greatest adventures of their lives.
Above the `Backs' where the Cam flows by the colleges, there is another stretch of river called the `Upper River.' This flows down past the 'Varsity bathing sheds, and is a favourite place for picnics. Many a punt or canoe finds its way to Byron's Pool, and the evening air is often set atrembling by the tinkling notes of gramophones. But, by taking a light canoe, it is possible to go up still further than the pool. There is another level of water up here, and by lifting out the canoe and dragging it up a steep slope one finds a lovely clear stream, bordered on one side by reeds and by a wood on the other. Here is the really rustic part of the Cam ; and, for quite a long distance, the stream (that is all it is now) twists and turns

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