Sunday, September 18, 2016
Today's OneWord: Salmon
Daddy and Linds caught two salmon at the mouth of river, two hours after sunrise. When they came back, their boots were clotted with mud and debris from the water. Their hair was flat and unkempt against their floppy canvas hats. Daddy carried the rods and tack boxes, still half-full with bait, and Linds carried the fish - long and lanky, eyes bulging from the sides of their scaly, permanently shocked faces.