Salt in Our Blood: The Memoir of a Fisherman's Wife
The life of a fisherman can be a treacherous one filled with peril and potential death. "Salt in Our Blood: The Memoir of a Fisherman's Wife" is the reflections of a homemaker when the family business is doing a job with a shockingly high mortality rate. The daily worry, the daily challenges, and the unfortunate event of what they fear most occurring. "Salt in Our Blood" is very much recommended for anyone with family in the commercial fishing industry.
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After hearing a radio interview with the author I decided to buy this book and learn something about an important Oregon industry and an unfamiliar way of life. I think it's good to learn about the ... Read full review
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