Oyster catcher part 3

Oyster catcher part 3
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  • She was not quickly disturbed, because she thought that her new father in law would save her. 2 days passed and she began singing. Her feet were frozen to the ground, she was unable to walk.
  • *Singing*
  • A little perspiration is on the sides of my nose, as it is when I want to go to my father.
  • She then began to sing another song. She sang "The wind blew upon me. The wind blew upon me. The wind blew upon me from Cape St. James, from point Ga'ñxet." Her father heard her voice and set out to see his daughter. While she sang the north wind stopped. Then it blew from the south east and the clouds became black and rain fell. North groaned. Southeast also broke the floor of his house. He came upon him from below. Then all of the ice melted.
  • She is the oyster catcher. Since its bill was made red with the cold, its bill is red today because its legs were frozen, they are white now. She went home to her father. He questioned her. "Why was he angry with you?" Southeast's daughter said, "he groaned when i pulled down the icicles hanging outside. Therefore he was angry with me."
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