Their long sail together, down the Saint Lawrence, and up the Saguenay, gave time for much talk between them.
There was quite an important trading-post at the mouth of Saguenay River.
The northern shore of the great river, beyond the mouth of the Saguenay, is almost uninhabited.
But the current of the Saguenay, on such a day, seemed unnaturally icy.
You ought to carry the canoes we used the first year of the Saguenay Club.
I said, coolly: "What reason does the Saguenay give for returning to us with such a tale?"
It is really a very good reduction of the Saguenay, said Mr. Winthrop, and the scale of proportion is very well carried out.
The girl turned her head and spoke to the Saguenay in his own gutturals.
It is in the country of the good habitants where the St. Lawrence and the Saguenay meet.
I learned that a Saguenay was a real man when my brother told me.