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THE PERILOUS HONEYMOON ~ 1932.03.27
Hulvia had insisted
upon a honeymoon at sea and Tarzan gave the only boat available in those
parts to her and Tom as a wedding gift. There were repairs to be mad, and
Hulvia, born to the sea, superintended the job. While they worked, a black
of the Al-Albas spied upon them. Then he hastened back to the tribe to
report the lost high priestess had been found. Tarzan, meanwhile,
had returned to the apes. One day he saw the Al-Albas on march. Suspecting
them, he followed. At the head of the Gumwi River, the Al-Albas took to
The honeymoon sloop was at last ready and Tom and Hulvia set sail, preparing
to cross the Atlantic in the frail craft. But as the moon rose; the sloop
was becalmed a mile off the coast. That night Tarzan and the apes arrived
at the sea shore. As bridegroom and bride dream love's dream at sea, canoes,
manned by the blacks prepared to die rather than yield their lost priestess,
approach the sloop.
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