A couple from a tiny town in northwestern Alaska is back together.
A week ago, Alaskans sawmill owner Jeff Skagway and his wife, Willow, went fishing.
When they got there, they found two women from nearby towns on the same boat.
The Alaskas sawmill sits in a forested area of the North Slope of Alaska, about 30 miles south of Fairbanks.
Willow was at work when Jeff and his brother, Tim, were there.
Tim told The Associated Press that he and his father, Dave, had been fishing for years.
They had a fishing guide and a fishing line that were hooked in the water and hooked on the bait.
“It was the last thing we thought we’d ever see,” Tim said.
“We were just shocked to find a family.”
The Skagways went back to the boat, where Willow and Jeff had taken off with the fish.
They caught them, and the Skagwsons and the women had a reunion.
They said they’re so happy they were able to spend time with each other.
They’ll be able to share in the joy and wonder of fishing.