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But we weren't; we were hot and dripping. Who was it told me I'd freeze in this canoe country? Then Lee decided to teach me to paddle and steer at the same time, and I was not a success. My exertions and Lee's hootings were becoming quite unbearable when, just after three, we turned north away from the international route, and found paradise. In the first place, we came to a cliff and felt real shade for the first time since early morning. Here we drifted awhile, dipping our hands in the water, and cooling our vivid faces.
Our life is as full here, for the time being, as it is in New York, with all its companions from every part of the world, its great art and music, its floodtides of ideas. For every second, every inch, of this experience is filled with utter harmony. We take our way wherever we like; the animals and birds are as good company as one could ask; and if we tried we couldn't find an unsightly spot or a jarring note. No despairs are here. And no man-made dangers. The bright eyes of the beasts need only look for their natural enemies, and we ourselves can forget all the world's turmoils and antagonisms.
The snow that falls, being very light, hath not the strength to stopp the eland, which is a mighty strong beast, much like a mule, having a tayle cutt off 2 or 3 or 4 thumbes long, the foot cloven like a stagge. " Here Radisson branches off to the "Buff" which "is a furious animal. One must have a care of him . . " But surely he is talking of the moose again when he says, "I have scene of their homes that a man could not lift them from of the ground. They are branchy and flatt in the midle, of which the wildman makes dishes that can well hold 3 quarts.