Cache Lake Country: Life in the North Woods - Chapter 7, June, Soft Twilights and Fireflies Summary & Analysis

John J. Rowlands
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In the summer, dawn is the best time of day. Jim enjoys shaping the early morning clouds into pictures. He discusses large birch bark canoes that hold eight to ten people. The bowman is the most important member of the crew and gets to select the rest. Often groups would race one another.

June is a good month for family in the woods; birds are nesting and singing; young animals come out with the old. Jim then describes some of the new animals, including foxes and porcupines. Robins arrive and start to break the dawn, and at twilight, Jim sees the bull bats flying in the air. Lightning bugs are everyone as well. It turns out that they light caverns surprisingly well. Jim returns to the discussion about canoeing.

The mother partridge and her little...

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