at the church:; and Gudrid then went home to Leif at Brattahlid, while Thorstein the Swarthy made a home for himself on Eriesfirth, and remained there as long as he lived, and was looked upon as a very superior man.
That same summer a ship came from Norway to Greenland.
The skipper's name was Thorfinn Karlsefni.
He was a son of Thord Horsehead, and a grandson of Snorri, the son of Thord of Hofdi.
Thorfinn Karlsefni, who was a very wealthy man, passed the winter at Brattahlid with Leif Ericsson.
He very soon set his heart upon Gudrid, and sought her hand in marriage.
She referred him to Leif for her answer, and was subsequently betrothed to him; and their marriage was celebrated that same winter.
A renewed discussion arose concerning a Wineland voyage; and the folk urged Karlsefni to make the venture, Gudrid joining with the others.
He determined to undertake the voyage, and assembled a company of sixty men and five women, and entered into an agreement with his shipmates th