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Cache Lake Country: Life in the North Woods Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3, February, The Stars and the Silence Summary

John J. Rowlands
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Chapter 3, February, The Stars and the Silence Summary and Analysis

Wolves are on the move in February and they get hungry; their howls are heard often. The Chief is annoyed because they will scare away pelts he's trying to trap. Jim notes that the Chief said he never knew of a case where a wolf attacked a man. Wolves are typically born in April or May and are like dog puppies but then they must hunt as a team together, say, for a deer.

Jim claims that one can sleep out in the open in below zero temperature with the right outfit and a few simple rules. He also makes remarks about trapping furs and driving sleds and toboggans.

The Chief and Jim spend two days on the trail to the Chief's cabin on Thunder Lake and they follow waterways when they could...

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