It is the first week in February, and the surface of the Great Salt Pond is blue and still. The reflections of the buildings and the landscape on the water are as still as their real-life counterparts. The air is warm, perhaps 50 degrees, and its only 9 o’clock in the morning.
We’re on Catherine Puckett’s boat, heading out to the kelp farm she started last September. She’s got two young helpers, daughters Luna and Pearl, and an eager dog, Gracie, who wags her tail as she perches herself on the bow of the
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