Claudine asked:

What was the point of the older houseboat couple Mae meets on her kayak adventure? I kept waiting for them to pop up again. Did I miss it?

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Roderick Vincent The reference comes right before Book III. "And finally she pictured life on a boat with this man (Kalden), sailing the world, untethered, but when she tried to, she saw, instead, the couple on the barge she'd met months ago on the bay. Out there, alone, living under a tarp, drinking wine from paper cups, naming seals, reminiscing about island fires. At that moment, Mae knew what she needed to do"...

So that experience is a direct lead in to what happens in Book III.
J Snyder Simply, they represented freedom and independance.
Beegold They did pop up again, or at least a vision of them popped up again as she considered Ty/Kaldon's plea to end this. (SPOILER)
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