A Walk in the Woods - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Bill Bryson
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Chapter 10 Summary

Having skipped a few hundred miles of the trail, Bryson and Katz emerge in Virginia to find, ironically, that spring is in fuller swing than it was to the south. They are now hiking in the Blue Ridge Mountains. This section of the trail is more secluded, but they meet a few colorful characters, like a man who has been section hiking the trail for twenty years. Bryson happily falls back into the rhythm of the trek. However, on their sixth night in the woods, they walk into a clearing and see the town of Waynesboro in the distance, its signs for motels and restaurants visible from eight miles away. They are elated.

Chapter 10 Analysis

Virginia is enjoyable. Spring has come, and the woods seem alive with plants and animals that were still under winter's spell further south. Bryson begins to think about...

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