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This spit of land seems healthy enough,” he said. ” By lunchtime, the place was shipshape and ready for occupancy. Rick was pleased as he looked around at the little camp. While the space ashore would be needed for the material they found on the sea bottom, one of the main reasons for the camp was that none of the Spindrift party especially enjoyed living in the crowded, stuffy quarters aboard ship. As they prepared to go back to the ship for lunch, Scotty asked Hartson Brant, “How about a guard for the camp, sir?
He didn’t like anyone who changed his colors so often. As the trawler headed back to the anchorage, Rick joined Scotty at the rail. “I wonder what that shipis? ” Scotty mused. ” “We’ll probably never know,” Rick said. ” He looked at his watch. “Gosh, it’s suppertime. ” “I don’t need a watch,” Scotty said with a grin. ” Chahda, who had helped Zircon to disconnect the sound equipment, came and stood beside them. “Turk very happy,” the Hindu boy told them. ” “Not only Turk,” Scotty added. ” Rick watched two of the seamen standing by the anchor, ready to let go when they were inside the reef.
Gordon moved back and he sat up. “On your feet,” Turk Mallane growled. He lifted the Japanese upright and let him lean against a bulkhead. “Now,” he said. ” Ready, expressionless eyes flicked from face to face. ” “None of that,” Turk snapped. “Get back to the bridge, Digger. Come on, fellow. ” The man shrugged and said something in Japanese. “Perhaps he can’t speak English,” Rick suggested. “Possible,” Hartson Brant said, “but highly improbable. ” There was a small flicker of intelligence deep in the man’s eyes,then he was impassive again.
100 Fathoms Under (A Rick Brant Science-Adventure Story, 4) by John Blaine