He lives in a scow cabin up beyant there, at Ross Island, says he.
It was originally intended that the flight route south would be over Ross Island at a minimum of 16,000 feet.
From Ross Island, as far to the eastward as the eye could see, there extended a lofty, impenetrable wall of ice.
The oarsmen bent to their work, and we headed out into the lake, for it was necessary to cross to Ross Island.
When the lunch was eaten, the whole party crossed a bridge that spanned the water to Ross Island.
This road is perfectly safe and good, except two descents in Ross Island.
Ross Island had faded into the black head behind it, but a bright beam of light still glittered across the water.
Captain Scott has since given the island, on which the mountains lie, the name of Ross Island, after the intrepid navigator.