Dancing at the Rascal Fair - The 'Steaders Summary & Analysis

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The 'Steaders Summary

Angus says that the only way to be successful at sheep is to always have them at the back of your mind, even when you're not really, consciously, thinking about them. He says that Anna is the same way and that it sometimes startles him to find her there because she is very quiet and unobtrusive. Angus is soon certain that Adair doesn't like the homestead life and, in fact, hates Montana. One night Adair is lighting the lamp when the glass chimney breaks. She is not cut, though Angus initially fears that she is. The next day he takes her to the barn and teaches her to saddle Scorpion. When she refuses to get on the horse, he insists and finally picks her up and puts her onto the saddle. Angus doesn't fully explain his reasoning to her, but admits to himself that he...

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