Animal Dreams - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

This chapter is entitled Animal Dreams. In it, Codi and Loyd at last make their trip to Whiteriver. On the way, Codi stops at the post office and picks up a letter from Hallie, who is in Nicaragua helping farmers with their crops. Hallie writes that she must ride a horse because a Jeep might set off a landmine.

On the way to Whiteriver, Codi and Loyd pass an abandoned mine, and Codi observes acres of abandoned alfalfa fields ruined by the salty irrigation water. She also finds that when gold was found in Grace, it was a part of the reservation but was taken from the Apaches, whose reservation now begins fifteen miles north. They stop in a small town on the way, and Loyd bargains for fighting roosters.

Codi and Loyd visit ancient Indian dwellings, a village of over 200 rooms under...

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