a boat; what a clev-er boy! See, the hull is done, and two masts are in place. What fun it would be to have a boat to sail on our lit-tle pond.
"Our pond is too deep for it to be safe for you to play a-bout it," said pa-pa; "but when you are old-er you shall have a boat with-out fail."
The road now left the vil-lage behind and ran a-long the top of some high cliffs. At their feet the sea came-in in great waves that were topped with foam, and that broke in a mass of spray. There were two or three