Later. — They are rigging up a topsail to put Speed on the yacht, and Bert has climbed the mainmast to straighten out something. He is a goodly sight, clinging high, his bare, powerful arms working at the swaying masthead. The extra sail 15 making the boat drive faster, but some thing 18 wrong with it, and although adding to our speed, it is so horribly ill-setting that Roscoe is promptly taking it down. And Oh. It's great, this rush of wind and wave -a wonderful new life, all the working of this little world of plank and iron and brass and canvas. And if I can feel enthusiasm while my stomach is still wavering between belt and throat, fancy the enjoyment to come.