The Man Who Walked Through Time Test | Final Test - Easy

Colin Fletcher
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What realization did Fletcher reach as he spent time observing wildlife on the sand bar?
(a) He would like to write a book about wildlife in the Canyon.
(b) He had misjudged his distance from the airdrop and would have to walk through the night to make it on time.
(c) He was no longer in awe of the Canyon, instead he expresses a discovery of unity among plants and creatures and all other things.
(d) He would be out of food in one day.

2. At the beginning of "Chapter 10, Exit," what does Fletcher say caught up with him while he was washing in the Nankoweap Creek?
(a) The world.
(b) A swarm of bees.
(c) Arthritis.
(d) A bear.

3. How did Fletcher feel about the Grand Canyon during his time at Phantom Ranch?
(a) He was angry at the Canyon for costing him his health.
(b) He wanted to build a home in the Canyon.
(c) He was tired of the Canyon and was ready for the journey to end.
(d) He sensed a barrier between himself and the Canyon even though he tried to enjoy the rocks and other things as he did during his journey.

4. What was Fletcher reminded of while listening to noises some creatures were making?
(a) A ghost story he liked to tell.
(b) His family back home.
(c) A favorite song that makes him long for home.
(d) Similar noises he heard while on a thousand mile trip through deserts and mountains in California.

5. What part of the Grand Canyon does Fletcher describe as "a large gap in time between two layers of rocks?"
(a) The Great Unconformity.
(b) The Great Divide.
(c) The Angel Pass.
(d) The Arizona Anomaly.

6. At the beginning of "Chapter 10, Exit," what does Fletcher say caught up with him while he was washing in the Nankoweap Creek?
(a) Arthritis.
(b) A swarm of bees.
(c) The world.
(d) A bear.

7. Where was Fletcher headed at the beginning of "Chapter 9, Man?"
(a) Into a deep valley.
(b) To the air drop site.
(c) Across the river.
(d) Back to Phantom Ranch.

8. Where did Fletcher decide to spend the last two weeks of his journey?
(a) In the Supai village.
(b) In a cave by the river.
(c) Studying the museum of the Grand Canyon.
(d) At Bass Camp.

9. What did Fletcher say would be different about how he would fit into society after his experience in the Grand Canyon?
(a) He was afraid he would not fit in well after spending so much time alone.
(b) He thought he would be a better citizen because of his new insights.
(c) He planned to live as a hermit.
(d) He planned to camp outside the Canyon protesting tourists.

10. What other changes was Fletcher concerned would occur if the Pacific Southwest Water Plan passed.
(a) The Grand Canyon would be used as a landfill.
(b) The tourist industry at the Grand Canyon would die, taking money with it.
(c) Fletcher's book wouldn't sell because no one would want to visit the Grand Canyon anymore.
(d) Graffiti and pollution would spoil the surfaces of the cliff dwellings.

11. How did Fletcher get along with his friend during their time studying the Grand Canyon?
(a) They forgot about their research and spent all their time reminiscing.
(b) They got along very well and the visit made Fletcher long for civilization.
(c) Fletcher had trouble because he was used to living in solitude.
(d) They parted on very bad terms.

12. What was on the sheets of paper Fletcher found in "Chapter 10, Exit?"
(a) A daily bulletin from 1947 about a Colorado River expedition.
(b) Instructions from Jim Bailey.
(c) Instructions for exiting the Grand Canyon safely.
(d) A note from Doug Powell.

13. How did Fletcher get along with his friend during their time studying the Grand Canyon?
(a) They forgot about their research and spent all their time reminiscing.
(b) They parted on very bad terms.
(c) Fletcher had trouble because he was used to living in solitude.
(d) They got along very well and the visit made Fletcher long for civilization.

14. In "Part 4, Epilogue" what does Fletcher say no man has a right to do?
(a) Stop the progress of other men.
(b) Build cities.
(c) Vandalize a natural museum.
(d) Build dams.

15. What animal does Fletcher say lived in significant numbers in the area past the head of Forester Canyon?
(a) Road Runners.
(b) Mustangs.
(c) Cougars.
(d) Wild burros.

Short Answer Questions

1. Where were William Wallace Bass's ashes scattered?

2. At the beginning of "Chapter 8, Life" what did Fletcher say he should have known "would drag me back into the present?"

3. In "Chapter 7, Rhythm," how does Fletcher describe the change in how he connected to the Canyon?

4. What does Fletcher mainly address in "Part 4, Epilogue?"

5. How long did Fletcher rest at Bass Trail?

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