A Town with a lot of heart and a lot of fish
Fiction by Cruin MacGriogair
Copyright (c) 2018, 2019,2020 by Cruin MacGriogair.
Image Halibut Man (c) Ken Decker used here with his permission.
You might have trouble finding Halibut on a map of SE Alaska. Go to Ketchikan, then take a boat, then go North a bit, then West a bit, then South a bit, then East a bit.
If you get to Petursburg you went too far North. If you get to Sitka, you went too far West. If you get to Canada, you went too far South. And if you get back to Ketchikan, then it was just not your destiny to get to Halibut. But at least you can read about it here.
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