rni thought this was Greenland.
He said he thought it no more Greenland than the first; for the glaciers are very huge, as they say, in Greenland.
They soon neared the land, and saw that it was flat land, and overgrown with wood.
Possibly Nova Scotia. Then the fair wind fell.
Then the sailors said that it seemed prudent to them to land there; but Biarni would not. They thought they needed both wood and water.
Of neither are you in want, said Biarni; but he got some hard speeches for thathore.
This land was flat, and covered with wood and broad white sands wherever they went, and the shore was low. Then said Leif, From its make
Form. shall a name be given to this land; and it shall be called Markland (Woodland).
Perhaps Nova Scotia. Then they went quickly down to the vessel.
Now they sailed thence into the sea with a north-east wind, and were out two days before they saw land; and they sailed to land, and came to an island that lay north of the land; and they went on t