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A Walk in the Woods Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 19 Summary

Bill Bryson
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Chapter 19 Summary

Rejoined by Katz in his home in Hanover, Bryson is preparing to leave for the Hundred Mile Wilderness of Maine. Katz has the bright idea that instead of their heavy packs, they should carry only the basics in newspaper delivery bags, which he has brought along. Bryson talks sense into him, but they do pare their packing down to only those things they cannot live without for the ten days the trek will take them. The first day back on the trail with full packs is hard for both men, but especially Katz, who has not been hiking in the interim. He once again starts throwing things out of his pack, including a water bottle that leaves them short on water. As they are setting up camp that evening, they spot a moose drinking at a stream nearby. They go to bed exhausted, now remembering how hard...

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