English Creek - English Creek Part 1, Pages 36-102 Summary & Analysis

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English Creek Part 1, Pages 36-102 Summary

The counting ride continues in silence. After a lunch stop, Mac leaves Jick to wait for Dode Withrow and his herder, Pat Hoy, while Mac goes off to inspect the forest for potential fire hazards left from winter. When Dode and his herder arrive, Jick rides with them to the counting V where his father is waiting. Working the sheep through the counting V and visiting with Dode and Pat lifts the mood. After Dode and Pat leave, Jick and Mac ride on to Flume Gulch which has always been Mac and the boys' favorite spot in the National Forest.

They stop here for the night and begin fishing for brook trout and bantering about a long standing bet Mac had made. The person who does not catch at least ten fish owes the others...

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