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Go! And find if the path is safe!
Dedication To Task
I must not let my men know what is going on in my head, I may be brave, but we must cross this ocean to get to the new land.
For there is storms ahead we must keep on. We mustn't me scared for we have places to be.
Why do the men not understand that we are running low on food and they must ration! They may be hungry, but this is the right thing to do!
There is little food, so you all must ration your food!
In the article, "Over the Edge of the World" they say "They would go and come back with news of the findings, and then the rest of the armada would follow." Magellan sent crew members ahead to see if the path was clear which means he would have had to know the way before he sent his men. This is an example of why Magellan has good navigational skills because he was able to send men ahead and have them go exactly where they needed and come back safely.
Magellan and his crew planned on going to India and they made it and his crew made it back to Spain. In the maps' notes it says "The Victoria and 18 crew member return to Spain, becoming the first ship to circumnavigate the globe." Even though Magellan himself didn't make it around the world he still made it all the way to the Philippines when some of his ships returned to Spain. This shows his dedication to task by showing how hard he worked to get as far as he did and how long it took him.
While Magellan and his crew were at sea they ran out of good food to eat so he had to ration food and they ate food that wasn't very good. In a journal for one of the crew men he says "...and we only ate old biscuit reduced to powder, and full of grubs...and we drank water that was yellow and stinking...we also ate the ox hides which..were very hard of the sun, rain, and wind."
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