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Published: 2019-02-17T16:00:00+00:00

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The Stone Dog by Robert Mitchell

Twelve

“Are either of you two buggers still asleep?”

The question had come from the bunk at the other side of the cabin: Rick.

 

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Author:Robert Mitchell , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Robert Mitchell

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: sunken treasure south pacific, scuba-diving for treasure Fiji, German Raider World War I, diving for wartime loot, love in the Fiji Islands

Publisher: ROBERT MITCHELL

Published: 2019-02-17T16:00:00+00:00
Twelve

“Are either of you two buggers still asleep?”

The question had come from the bunk at the other side of the cabin: Rick.

“Not me,” I replied.

“Me neither,” was Henry’s reply from the bunk behind the ladder.

I looked at my watch in the early morning gloom – ten past five. I passed the information on to the others.

“Christ, is that all?” Rick moaned.

“Anybody feel like a cup of coffee?” Henry asked.

“Yes, why not?” I replied. “There’s no way I’m going back to sleep with you two talking all the bloody time.”

I rolled out of the bunk, stretching and yawning. I must have been awake for at least an hour; and from the sounds of tossing and turning that had drifted across the fo’c’sle from Rick’s bunk for most of that time, he must have been awake even longer.

There was no doubting that we were keyed up, each of us anxious to get back out along the coast and search for Uncle Max’s dog. It was no longer visions of the Sea Devil’s chest that kept running through my mind, but a large pile of rocks resembling a begging hound.

Uncle Max had talked of it so often, but he had usually called it der felsige Hund – the rock dog; although sometimes it was der Hund aus Stein – the dog of stone. He had never said whether it resembled a Doberman, a poodle, a spaniel, or what. Was it tall and standing high out of the water, or squat and only a couple of feet high and perhaps partly hidden by other rocks standing nearby? I had never thought to ask.

We sat out on the bow in the coolness of the early morning and watched as the sun’s rays slowly spread their colour above the eastern horizon, bringing with them the promise of a warmth that would soon heat up the day. The distant shoreline lay in the grey mist of dawn, spotted here and there with the lights of small fires as villagers boiled water for early morning breakfasts of tea and whatever else they ate. Inland, above the curve of the harbour, and sweeping upwards to the high places, the bush rolled on in an unbroken carpet of dense dark forest, with here and there a plantation of coconut palms, their motionless tops standing tall above the surrounding trees.

The sun rose unaided as we sat in silence, waiting for it to climb high enough to shine down into the water and show up those hull-piercing coral outcrops. There was nothing to be gained by leaving too early. The cool land breeze died and the air became slowly still.

“Looks like she’s going to be a hot one,” Henry muttered. “Sticky too.”

“What time do you think we should get moving?” I enquired of no-one in particular.

“What’s the time now?” Rick asked.

“Just on seven,” I replied.

“Seems as good a time as any,” he said. “I guess we’d better eat on the way. We mightn’t get much of a chance if we strike it lucky on the first run.

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