Touching Spirit Bear Setting

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The Island

A land mass off the Alaskan coast, this is where Cole Matthews is to spend a year in banishment. He accepts it as a way to avoid jail but initially refuses to allow himself to change, which is the real purpose of his time here. There is a large bay on the island, which provides a place for the boats to land when they arrive from the mainland. The island is wooded and has fresh water in the form of a creek.

The Pool

There is a spot on a creek where water forms a large pool. The water is cold all year and Cole learns that he can spend time there to allow his anger to dissipate. The pool becomes one of the first places where the Spirit Bear routinely appears to Cole because it is the place where he is able to put his feelings...

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