National Geographic : 1949 Jun
785 E. F'red Miller From Open Boat to Cleaning Shed, Cod Climb Pouch Cove Cliff s, Platform by Platform When the season is on, fishermen stand one above another, like miners on open terraces or farmers in a hayloft, and pitchfork the heavy cod from step to step. Though the structure looks flimsy, its stout poles resist sea and gale year after year. Rocks gleam through the clear water. Boatmen stand on the foot of their ramp (page 791). Small icebergs drift past the harbor, just a shallow dent in the cliffs.