THE BARONY: Book No. 6 of the Wolde Family Saga

THE BARONY: Book No. 6 of the Wolde Family Saga

by Bill Conner
     
 

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It was the morning of their fourth day at sea, and Nathan, awakened suddenly, sat up; something was different. He threw on a few clothes, and ran out on deck. It didnât take long to figure out what was different. The Catherine Ross was running with full sail aloft, filled by a strong gale, and Captain Stuart was making good use of the wind while it lasted. Thus… See more details below

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It was the morning of their fourth day at sea, and Nathan, awakened suddenly, sat up; something was different. He threw on a few clothes, and ran out on deck. It didnât take long to figure out what was different. The Catherine Ross was running with full sail aloft, filled by a strong gale, and Captain Stuart was making good use of the wind while it lasted. Thus far, the passengers had been spared the usual scourge of new seafarers; seasickness. However, on the fifth day, it caught up with Reverend Wolde. The cook took charge, fed him special food, and said it would run its course in a day or so. However, Nathan was not reassured, and felt certain he would be buried at sea.
Two days later, heâd made it out on deck with his wife and was enjoying the fresh air, when a call came from the Crowâs Nest, âShip Ahoyâ. Well now, this was something new, and they quickly scanned the horizon. But there was nothing there to see. A crew member, who saw them looking, walked over and said nothing would be visible from deck level until late the next day. That evening, Ian said it might be the MacTavish clipper, Anne Ross, bound for Newfoundland, but they would have to wait until the two ships got closer to be sure.

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ISBN-13:
9781479798070
Publisher:
Xlibris Corporation
Publication date:
02/28/2013
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Format:
NOOK Book
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1 MB

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