To the south of Skagen lie other curious phenomena created by this "Storm King."
About three o'clock we were abreast of Skagen, and I put her on a south-westerly course.
She believes that a dilapidated Skagen hovel may meet every demand of beauty.
The Skagen lighthouse and the spire of its church looked to them like a heron and a swan upon the blue water.
On the outskirts of the town the white tower of the old church of Skagen may be seen peeping over the sand-dunes.
As pale as death, and quite insensible, she lay at full length at the bottom of the boat, which steered towards Skagen.
The shores along the Skagen are surrounded by dangerous reefs of quicksand, stretching for many miles out into the ocean.
In two days we shall start for that blessed, peaceful, pleasant Skagen.
From Skagen our passage home was arranged by the British Consular authorities.
She was born at Skagen, 1859, the daughter of Erik Brondum, and early showed her artistic tendencies.