We were then at 2600 metres, and I had a singing in my ears.
When we got to about 300 metres from earth Godard called out to them, "Where are we?"
We were 130 metres from the ground, and the sight was becoming interesting.
After a hundred metres or so of going I came into a larger chamber.
I tried it successfully at greater and greater distances, even at two metres.
Thus we have made a purgation of music, and will now make a purgation of metres.
Mr. Gosse has attempted, and succeeded with, a great variety of metres.
The width of the Yenisei in this place is about three hundred metres.
It passed within three metres of my head and landed just beyond.
I followed it, climbing steadily until I was at two thousand metres.