I took a deep breath and let it out. "Okay," I said. "We're getting out of here," I pushed Clyde aside and grabbed the screwdriver from the desk drawer. Then I stood in front of the stone wall ready to attack.
Clyde smiled. "You can do it, Jenkins! Get us out of here."
I dropped my arm to my side and looked at him. "Wait a second," I said. "What are we going to do? Knock down the whole wall? What if it's holding up the house? And we don't know what's on the other side!"
Clyde took a few steps back. "That must be daylight we see through the hole, so there has to be an exit to the outside."
"Yeah," I said. "If we were groundhogs. It's probably an animal hole. It's not a door."
"Then we shall make it a door!" Clyde said with conviction.
"C'mon Jenkins. We can do this. We have to get through this wall!"