A married couple went from Sitka into Gaya' bay, and camped at GA'xgu-ân. They were there for perhaps a month. One morning they started out hunting. Then they heard a song on Gaya' bay. They listened. They did not hear plainly. [The man's] wife said to him, "Do you hear it?" He said, "I hear the thing making a noise over there." "Turn toward it," they said. They went toward it and saw it. It was a little frog which the man let float down to his wife in the stern. He said, "It is for you." So they brought it to Sitka. This is how the little frog's song came to be known, and this is why the KîksA'dî claim the frog.
294:a See story 66 for a second version.