Washington State History Museum- using the salmon to tell different stories. I love it! Another interactive means to tell the story of fishing could be packing a salmon box with tins- each tin has a story to tell. Some tins could have Kodiak labels on them, too.
Reads: Grandpa and I love to fish. we carry our buckets and poles. Just the two of us together, a quiet day at a fishing hole. Grandpa shows me how to cast, and shares his tips on bait. He models calm and patience, imparts life lessons as we wait. He shares stories of trophy catches, and ones that got away, He tells me of his life in the good ole days. As the sun sets cross the water, we take in the parting view, Our buckets full of memories and perhaps a fish or two.
The once secret symbol of Christianity, represented by a simple outline of a fish, hooked around the cross, the Fisherman’s Cross is designed as a daily reminder to go forth boldly, telling others of the kingdom of God as Jesus told Simon (Peter); “Go and proclaim the kingdom of God” (Luke 9:60). “Don’t be afraid, from now on you will catch men!!” (Luke 5:10). – Each Fisherman’s Cross comes with in a Gift Box with a Story Card