Only—you know the rungs of that ladder ain't fit to be walked on, grandad!
Then he shrugged his shoulders and went slowly up the ladder.
I could easily get over it myself, but for Kitty we ought to have a ladder.
I can drop down, as you said, and get the ladder over to you.'
We never stopped for clothes, but waltzed up the ladder just so.
Then he too went up the ladder, and found himself with the others in an attic.
And as he spoke they heard the sound of men scrambling up the ladder.
By degrees they let the boat drop back till her bow was abreast of the ladder.
She thought of the ladder in the barn, of the small cellar-window; vain hopes, both of them!
Then he saw near him a little old man, standing on a ladder.