"Hey, Yugi, what do you think your gramps will say when we tell him what we've been doing on our vacation?" Joey asked mischievously the next morning as they relaxed in the den with Lisa, the Cobbs family, and Carl and Betty, while outside a blizzard raged.

Yugi laughed. "He'll probably say that adventure and danger follow us everywhere, even when we don't expect it to."

"You were all so brave," Lisa smiled.

"Hey, Lisa, one thing I'm still kinda curious about," Joey said, "why was your earring in the crawlspace? Did you really loose it in the snow?"

Lisa laughed. "No, I didn't. I was actually chasing one of the criminals through the crawlspace and I must have lost my earring somewhere along the way. Since I couldn't reveal at that point that I'm a detective and not a reporter, I made up the snow story."

"I expected as much," Joey nodded, smiling. "So, what say we do some serious skiing today?"

"I'd love to, Joey," Lisa smiled too.

"I think the rest of us will stay here today and rest," Yugi laughed. "I've had enough adventure for a while."

"Me too," Tea agreed.

Joey turned to Seto. "So, Kaiba, I'm curious—what are you planning to do about that business deal with von Bruno?"

Seto smiled wryly. "I don't know yet. I might give him another chance. But then again he might forget to come to the meeting."

Everyone had to chuckle at that.

"If he does, I know one thing—I won't go up to his room looking for him," Seto added with a crooked smile.

"I don't blame you," Yugi laughed.

Suddenly a crash came from the direction of the kitchen and everyone jumped a mile high. "What was that?" Tea gasped.

That's when they heard a badly slurred voice start to sing, "Love me tender, love me true . . ."

Bakura slapped a hand over his forehead. "Oh dear. That's my yami!"

"Your yami?" Seto, who had been recovering from the knock on the head the first time this had happened, raised an eyebrow in confusion.

"I'm afraid so. He must've accidentally got drunk on hard apple cider again," Bakura sighed.

"Oh my," Betty said, shaking her head. "That's what was in that unmarked bottle on the table? Hard apple cider? Carl, when are you ever going to get rid of that junk?"

Tristan shook his head. "What a strange week. Drunk yamis, crazed villains, underground mausoleums, poison darts . . ."

"It's a miracle we all made it out of that alive," Tea remarked.

Yugi nodded in agreement and turned to Carl. "So, what are you planning to do with LeBlanc's treasure, Carl?" he asked curiously.

Carl smiled. "Betty and I have talked it over, and we're going to donate it to a museum."

"A wise decision," Yugi nodded.

"We're also having both entrances to the mausoleum sealed," Betty added. "I can't believe we've lived here all these years and never even knew that that horrible thing was under our house."

"Pretty creepy," Joey agreed.

"Well, now the dead can finally rest in peace," Tea smiled.

"And we can just plain rest," Joey grinned.

From the kitchen came a horrible rendition of Heartbreak Hotel.

Joey sighed. "Then again, maybe not."

Everyone laughed.

That's when Owen Bridges entered, looking unusually happy. "Everyone, I have an announcement to make."

"Oh really?" Joey perked up. "Are you gonna apologize for ousting us away from your room that time when we were in the crawlspace?" he teased.

Bridges ignored him as a familiar woman stepped into the room.

"Peggy Flemming!" Tea exclaimed.

She smiled and nodded. "And soon to be Peggy Bridges!"

Bridges took her hand tenderly. "We'd like to invite you all to our wedding."

"We'd love to come!" Yugi smiled.

"What a special ending to this mystery," Tea sighed happily.

"Big brother, is she the lady he was writing those love letters to?" Mokuba asked in a undertone.

"I'm sure she was," Seto replied, ruefully wishing that Mokuba hadn't remembered about those love letters. "But I hope you won't go getting any ideas, Mokuba," he added seriously.

Mokuba made a face. "You mean like kissing girls or something? Gross! Why would I want to do that?!"

Everyone had to laugh. "I'm glad you don't," Seto said, ruffling his brother's hair.

Yugi smiled. ~Well, we did it, Yami,~ he said, relieved that everything was over.

**Yes, we did,** Yami Yugi replied, and Yugi knew the ancient pharoah was smiling too. **We all did.**

Note: Wow, I can't believe I've actually finished this! I hope you've all enjoyed reading it, and that you'll stay tuned for my next Yu-Gi-Oh! fics, which will be Halloween-themed! ^^ Many, many thanx to everyone who reviewed!!! :) It really does mean a lot! ^_^