Yes, that's right. Let's go up there in the morning. We've got to start the fire again.
You havent got Piggy's specs.
We ought to go and tell Piggy!
We're silly. Why should only two go? If we find anything, two wont be enough."
The boys are playing a game that is similar to a hunting ritual. After they are finished, Roger, cleans himself up, and Maurice suggests going to find Piggy before it gets dark out because they fear that the Beast could get him.
I'll go by myself.
Sam and Eric, along with Ralph and Simon are discussing climbing the mountain because they believe that the beast is up there. Ralph readies his spear. Sam and Eric say that they want to tell Piggy what they are about to do so that he is aware of the danger they are in.
Ralph is once again preparing to go up the mountain to face the Beast. He is not entirely sure of exactly what he is facing, but he believes it is powerful enough for them to need a lot of man power in order to stop it. His attitude is solemn.
Ralph and Jack are discussing how they are feeling on the trip. Jack seems to be taunting Ralph because he is moving too slow for Jack. He makes comments about the weather and Ralph's state of mind, such as implying that Ralph is scared, then stating that he can go himself if necessary.