The rending crash which accompanies the breaking of floes of ice.
Freezing out on the floes; stewing under their roofs of snow.
We left our canoes and oomiaks there, and took to sledges because the floes were unbroken.
We should have had to scramble on the floes and wait there till—till we died together.
Then I thought to myself, Why should we live always among the floes and bergs?
Out on the floes was an exposed place—to vision as well as to wind and drift.
“Take care, Massan,” said Mr Stanley, on approaching one of these floes.
The land-ice is impassable, but the floes out on the sea seem still to be fast.
They turned to the south, and plunged at haphazard into the Antarctic floes.
It was foul weather all the way from St. John's to the floes.