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Lost in the Fog James De Mille

Lost in the Fog

James De Mille

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The Antelope had left the wharf at about seven in the morning. It was now one oclock. For the last two or three hours there had been but little wind, and it was the tide which had carried her along. Drifting on in this way, they had come to within aMoreThe Antelope had left the wharf at about seven in the morning. It was now one oclock. For the last two or three hours there had been but little wind, and it was the tide which had carried her along. Drifting on in this way, they had come to within a mile of Ile Haute, and had an opportunity of inspecting the place which Tom had declared to be so gloomy. In truth, Toms judgment was not undeserved. Ile Haute arose like a solid, unbroken rock out of the deep waters of the Bay of Fundy, its sides precipitous, and scarred by tempest, and shattered by frost. On its summit were trees, at its base lay masses of rock that had fallen. The low tide disclosed here, as at the base of Blomidon, a vast growth of black seaweed, which covered all that rocky shore. The upper end of the island, which was nearest them, was lower, however, and went down sloping to the shore, forming a place where a landing could easily be effected. From this shore mud flats extended into the water. This end looks as though it had been cleared, said Bart. I believe it was, said the captain. Does anybody live here? No. Did anyone ever live here? Yes, once. . . .