The gray light that flooded down from the stars showed not a break upon the surface of Magdalena Bay.
Oh, yes; it's a pity—too bad—that we do not own Magdalena Bay.
Every one was glad to see Magdalena Bay because of this tension.
Their first concern now was to shape their course for Magdalena Bay.
In fact a strange-looking craft had just made her appearance at the entrance of Magdalena Bay.
The surface of Magdalena Bay was smooth as a sheet of gray silk.
Of this time a period of 30 days was occupied largely in practice at Magdalena Bay.
Moran in Magdalena Bay was consistent, congruous, and fitted into her environment.
The headlands of Magdalena Bay stood black against the pale glow; overhead, the greater stars still shone.
The next longest run was from Callao to Magdalena Bay, 3,025 miles, occupying twelve days twenty-two hours.