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Hooks and Ladder
When you come in at low tide, a little bit more exertion is required. Someone has to reach down with a hook and someone has to reach up. And once you're all secured, there's still a climb up to the dock. It's a rugged life. Hard to imagine if your work keeps you at a desk every day. Come to think of it, Joe has a desk too, though. It's a battered little table inside the stage where he keeps his notepad to note down lobster sales.
18 January 2021
Texas Jim (author Big Bertha and Little Mac, Love Stories from the Granite Coast)
Prospect, Nova Scotia
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