“That, then, is your opinion?” asked Aramis.
“Yes. They will think we are trying to leave England and will search for us at the ports; meanwhile we shall reach London with the king.
Once in London we shall be hard to find — without considering,” continued Athos, throwing a glance at Aramis, “the chances that may come to us on the way.”
“Yes,” said Aramis, “I understand.”
“I, however, do not understand,” said Porthos. “But no matter; since it is at the same time the opinion of D’Artagnan and of Athos, it must be the best.”
“But,” said Aramis, “shall we not be suspected by Colonel Harrison?”