Leif gave him his ship, and he put out to sea, with thirty men, in the year 1002.
Leif and Grim shall be the same kind of friends to your two sons.'
I do not know,' says Leif, 'whether it is a ship or a skerry that I see.'
"And I vow that I will follow my foster-brother," cried Leif.
Curiously enough, the saga tells us nothing more of Leif as a sailor.
Now every day Ingolf and Leif and some of the men walked about the island.
Then a man put in a word and said to Leif, "Why do you steer so close on the wind?"
Leif got ready the boat again and merrily sailed for Ireland.
Leif returned to Greenland with more than this idea in his mind.
Men in Norway talk much of Ingolf and Leif, and wonder what has happened to them.