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Cache Lake Country: Life in the North Woods - Chapter 11, October, Frost on Scarlet Leaves Summary & Analysis

John J. Rowlands
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Chapter 11, October, Frost on Scarlet Leaves Summary and Analysis

In timber country, lumberjacks set up camp for the winter; tractors now do the hauling, though Jim misses the horses that pulled logs before. He enjoys watching the lumberjacks work together sawing large trees down. Teams will often leave early in the morning and take the tractors, which make a lot of noise. Unfortunately, that is the best way to do it.

Before sunset, Jim and the Chief make camp and cook. Jim finds some Fool's Gold and makes fire by chipping them together. He notes that the Chief can do basically everything he needs to do with materials from the woods. The Chief is quiet and sees everything; he can even track bears. Jim then tells the reader other stories of the Chief's excellent forest skills. He is also an excellent woodsman and taught...

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