Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)

What does Harris have to say about the trip at the very end?

from chapter 13 to 19

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“Well,” said Harris, reaching his hand out for his glass, “we have had a pleasant trip, and my hearty thanks for it to old Father Thames—but I think we did well to chuck it when we did. Here’s to Three Men well out of a Boat!”


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