on our own little round pond will be quite cozy by comparison.
Fortunately, we were not far from a very large glacier-table; it was a huge rock balanced on a pedestal of ice
high enough to admit of our all creeping under it for GOWKARAK.
Thus, guided by this clever hand, the Nautilus passed through all the ice
with a precision which quite charmed Conseil; icebergs or mountains, ice
-fields or smooth plains, seeming to have no limits, drift-ice
or floating ice
-packs, plains broken up, called palchs when they are circular, and streams when they are made up of long strips.
The river was sheeted with ice
, broken into hills at long intervals.
But the People of the Elder Ice
, beyond the white man's ken-- Their spears are made of the narwhal-horn, and they are the last of the Men
As we came on deck I saw to my surprise that the vessel was passing over a great field of snow and ice
This eye structure seemed remarkable in a beast whose haunts were upon a glaring field of ice
and snow, and though I found upon minute examination of several that we killed that each ocellus is furnished with its own lid, and that the animal can at will close as many of the facets of his huge eyes as he chooses, yet I was positive that nature had thus equipped him because much of his life was to be spent in dark, subterranean recesses.
One morning we discovered ice
on the surface of the quiet water in the eddy where was the drinking-place, and there was a great How-do-you-do about it.
The Yukon slept under a coat of ice
three feet thick.
entombed in ice
, will never ride the buoyant waters more.
he addressed the dogs, which had dropped down heavily on the ice
Old Wardle led the way to a pretty large sheet of ice
, and the fat boy and Mr.