Necessity being the mother of compliance, when the queen decides to go to the moon the astronomer, carpenter, and knight contrive to get her there. For every ""how can I do that?"" the answer is ""Just do it!"" (The phrase appears here sixteen times.) And so at last the four take off in a dragon-powered wooden rocket, returning when the queen gets bored with the moon and all four voyagers, including her majesty, have pulled the dragon out of a pothole. (""We did it!"") Murdocca tacks on the hint of a lesson for the queen (""That was fun! It's the first time I ever helped to do anything""), but essentially this is a message-free excursion, to be undertaken--or not--for the minimal fun of it.