There once was a young couple that lived in the coldest part of Yakutat, Alaska. No older than thirty; they naively picked one of the coldest, smallest and most secluded cities in the large continent. It had a small population, and limited visitors, but it was right by the coast so it was popular for it’s sales in fish. They lived in a large cabin...
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