Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Cheryl Strayed
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Prologue and Chapter 1: “The Ten Thousand Things”

• In the Prologue of Wild, author Cheryl Strayed describes standing on the top of a mountain in northern California.

• Having just lost one hiking boot down the mountain, she throws the other boot over as well.

• Cheryl thinks about how, before hiking the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) - a continuous wilderness trail that spans California, Oregon and Washington - only 7 months earlier, she was throwing her life over the edge as well.

• Chapter 1: “The Ten Thousand Things” begins with Cheryl thinking about what led her to make the decision to do the three-month solo hike of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT); Cheryl’s decision to hike the PCT began many years before when she learned that her mother was going to die.

• Cheryl takes the reader back several years to when she was in the Mayo Clinic with her mother and...

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