Blue Highways: A Journey Into America - Section 10, Westward, Chapters 1-4 Summary & Analysis

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Section 10, Westward, Chapters 1-4 Summary and Analysis

William crosses the Chesapeake Bay and stops for lunch in Annapolis before continuing on into Virginia. William stops for gas in Fredericksburg and bemoans the loss of service in this self-serve age. William stops for the night in Spotsylvania, a major Civil War site, and wonders about the men who gave their lives in such beautiful countryside.

The next day, William hikes for a short while in the Blue Ridge Mountains before moving on with the realization that his journey is almost over. By sunset, William reaches West Virginia and stops in a hayfield for the night. That night William traces his journey on a map and realizes that he has completed more than a large circle; the traced design is the same as the one the Hopis had carved into desert stone to mark...

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