Beach Day by Rodger Bliss
June 2021
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5 guesses to The Ship That Went No Further


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  • Raymond Madden

    Being so close to the shore, the ship was safely brought in by the tide.

  • Brent

    Maybe they walked to shore on the ice?

  • Togram

    The ship was frozen in the ice, and all walked o safety over the ice…..

  • Keith

    They waited for low tide and walked to shore

  • Brent, you are the winner!
    The ship was sailing through frozen waters when it got stuck in the ice sheet and could not proceed. The crew walked over the ice sheet the remaining distance to the shore.