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Published: 2014-10-30T16:00:00+00:00

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The Wineland Sagas Book One The Saga of Leif the Lucky: The Lost Viking Colonies of North America by Franson Milton Norman

“Well Leif, do you think our distance from Brattalid is about the same as you made to Norway?” asked Egil.

“Maybe, maybe not. But I know this, the sea path to Helluland is an easy sailing for any who will follow, and the path from Helluland to Markland and then to this cape is also an easy sailing. The only danger a sailor will meet on this voyage is if a cold wind hides the coast in a fog. Anyway, what does it matter? We’re here, the seas and winds favored our Isbjorn and I think we shall find a pleasant site to build our camp. And you, Egil the Hunter will have to find food for us. I think the men are growing tired of our salted cod and vinegared herring.”

“This is a pleasant country,” said Tyrkur thoughtfully as he gazed up and down the empty white sand beach and far out to the islands. The early afternoon breezes only hinted at the hot days that awaited them. As Greenlanders they were accustomed to short summers of 45 to 55 degrees. Occasionally the temperature inland at the head of the most sheltered fjords might peak at 75 degrees, but here, though tempered by the ocean breeze, the hot afternoon sun already had climbed into the high 80s. Only Tyrkur the Rhinelander had known such a warm summer.

 

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Author:Franson, Milton Norman [Franson, Milton Norman]

Language: eng

Format: azw

Published: 2014-10-30T16:00:00+00:00
“Well Leif, do you think our distance from Brattalid is about the same as you made to Norway?” asked Egil.

“Maybe, maybe not. But I know this, the sea path to Helluland is an easy sailing for any who will follow, and the path from Helluland to Markland and then to this cape is also an easy sailing. The only danger a sailor will meet on this voyage is if a cold wind hides the coast in a fog. Anyway, what does it matter? We’re here, the seas and winds favored our Isbjorn and I think we shall find a pleasant site to build our camp. And you, Egil the Hunter will have to find food for us. I think the men are growing tired of our salted cod and vinegared herring.”

“This is a pleasant country,” said Tyrkur thoughtfully as he gazed up and down the empty white sand beach and far out to the islands. The early afternoon breezes only hinted at the hot days that awaited them. As Greenlanders they were accustomed to short summers of 45 to 55 degrees. Occasionally the temperature inland at the head of the most sheltered fjords might peak at 75 degrees, but here, though tempered by the ocean breeze, the hot afternoon sun already had climbed into the high 80s. Only Tyrkur the Rhinelander had known such a warm summer.

While they waited for the tide, some searched the edge of the woods for something to eat. One, recently from Norway, excitedly showed off a cupped handful of strawberries. The others bent to the task and ate what they could find of the tasty prize.

A shout from the ship brought their attention to the listing Ice Bear. Her mast was near upright again and she bobbed cheerfully to the in-rushing stream of the ocean. Leifur ordered the anchor drawn and they rowed with the tide west along the beach until they came to a cove. They found it was the estuary of a small river that flowed into the bay from a height of land to the north. Leifur anchored in the estuary and sent the after boat to scout the river for a safe shelter. As luck would have it, the tide ran a ways up-river and into a widening that resembled a small lake. Egil came back to the ship and explained what he’d found.

“Then that sounds like an ideal spot to make a camp,” said Leifur. They rowed the ship into the river’s lake, anchored and moored the prow to a large tree and looked for a good site on the shore. They chose a name for their lake. But it already had a name; one they could not have pronounced. It was in the Algonquin dialect of the local Wampanoags.

Leifur chose a sloping bank on the south shore of the lake. The shore was clear except for two large boulders half in the water. They drilled holes in the rock and moored the ship with her tail to the shore and her prow anchored in deeper water to hold her safe from the shallows.

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