He dropped Scotty at the landing, then turned the launch back to spindrift.
Gregg and Joan were blown away by the sound like spindrift before the wind.
Around one o'clock Cap'n Mike returned to spindrift and reported a friendly conversation with the houseboaters.
It was appropriate weather for the state of mind at spindrift.
Rick swung the Sky Wagon around and headed south on a straight course to spindrift.
But suppose the enemy kept a watch on movements in and out of spindrift?
He pushed open the door and marched up the front stairs, the spindrift group close behind.
Fortunately, the spindrift boat landing was not in sight of North Cove.
And the spindrift struck me in the eyes like hands full of sand.
"I'm afraid it's going to be pretty quiet on spindrift," he agreed.
c.1600, Scottish formation from verb spene, alteration of spoon "to sail before the wind" (1570s, of uncertain origin) + drift. "Common in English writers from c 1880, probably at first under the influence of W. Black's novels" [OED].