Crossing to Safety - Part 1: Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1: Chapter 13 Summary

Alluding again to Eden, Larry remarks that Eden wouldn't be complete without its serpent, and he recounts several experiences explaining their serpent in Eden. Before Sid and Charity return to Wisconsin and Larry and Sally head for Boston, the foursome decide to take a one hundred-mile walking trip in the area. They will take a pack mule to carry their things and sleep under the stars at night. The trip is the climax of their summer. They enjoy the beauties of nature and the warmth of their friendship.

But at the beginning of the trip, as Sid is packing their gear, Charity and Sid have an argument. Charity has read a travel book written by one Pritchard, and she follows it religiously. After Sid has finished the monumental task of packing their gear, she tells him that Pritchard says to always...

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